Confrontation: Part I – Why?

We know there are psychological and relational benefits to confronting someone, but there are also times in the Bible where confrontation is encouraged and exemplified. Whenever something is mentioned multiple times in Scripture, it’s a good hint that we need to pay attention. But what is the ultimate purpose in confrontation? Is there a bigger purpose outside of ourselves?

28 Lessons

I’m still pretty young and have a lot of life left to live and learn, but I wanted to share some of the wisdom I’ve gained in my *almost* three decades worth of living. I’ve compiled a list of 28 pieces of advice I would give if I was asked what I’ve learned through life.

Pass It On

Pain is going to happen. That’s one thing we can be absolutely sure of. But we have the choice of whether we are passing on pain or love. You and I have the power to stand against the devil’s schemes and extend a hand of generous love rather than inflict our pain on others.

Shake Things Up

Our traditions should never be stumbling blocks that keep others from seeing Jesus. If what we’re doing to reach people in the name of Christ keeps them from actually seeing Him, then maybe our motives aren’t as pure as we thought.

Little Mirrors

I think we need to do a better job remembering younger people are not just an inconvenience in our days. They are little humans who have their own days – good and bad.