Tag Archives: Serving God

Clarity Can Be Elusive When Serving God – Even for a Writer

[Today’s guest post is from Sarahbeth Caplin.] Some people have a clear idea of how God will “use” them, especially if they came to faith from a struggle like drinking, drugs, or some kind of abuse. They know exactly who … Continue reading

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Not good enough for God? Don’t get the wrong impression.

*** Slide text: You’re not under the impression you’re not good enough to serve God, are you? God uses proud people and greedy people and hurt people and depressed people and all sorts of other people to build his kingdom. … Continue reading

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Don’t You Dare Tell Me You’re Too Old

My Dad last-minute subbed for Sunday School last weekend. He taught on Ruth – from memory. There were twelve kids, ages 5-6. My Dad is 90 years old. ***

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God at the Waffle House – a guest post from Michelle Van Loon

[Today’s guest post is from Michelle Van Loon, a wonderful writer who covers faith, life, and the occasional foray to Israel. I read her posts all the time!] *** I’ve had fairly limited internet access this week as we’ve been … Continue reading

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