Monthly Archives: August 2020

My Courthouse Key Card Lets Me Into Places Most People Can’t Go

There’s no barrier between you and the best place to be for all time. None.

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I’ll Never Figure People Out

Sometimes the happiness and sorrows of others are beyond my understanding. They’re not beyond Jesus.

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Chadwick Boseman, Beyoncé, and the Racist Nature of the USA and the Church Within It

I’d like to throw dirt on racism’s grave.

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When Is a Phone Call Hold Better Than an Air Hug?

Family and friends by phone: God’s hugs come in unexpected conversations.

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Big Ministries Aren’t Always Great Ministries

Where is greatness found? Not in the size of your ministry, but in the presence of your Savior.

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Clowning Around and Resting in Jesus: my life in a nutshell

Becoming comfortable with who I am is a lifelong process.

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All’s Fair in Love and War, My Dear, and This Is Both!

Jesus’ desire to be with you is greater than you could imagine.

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Snap Judgments on Social Media Can Snap Right Back and Hurt You

Scrutinizing evidence leads to wisdom, both in the courtroom and in life.

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Midnight Search Warrants: my life as the on-call judge

Being alert for the life Jesus calls you to:

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Adoptions, Restraining Orders, and Felony Evidence: one day in court for me

Part of being able to get the job done is recognizing how you’re made.

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