“When Treated Unfairly” (12/14) Have you ever been misjudged, falsely accused, or passed over by someone in leadership? Have you ever been hurt or mistreated? What do you think about at those times? How can you learn to trust God in a greater way? Also, find out why God would call a group of women “cows of Bashan” and how we can be sure we don’t act like them.
When the church service ends and we leave the building, church does not come to an end. Everywhere we go we are the church. As I go about my life I am the church to whomever I meet. Everyday is a mission.
Reading this Japanese axiom for the first time, “Make haste slowly” seems very confusing. How can you make haste and be slow at the same time? Making haste alone opens the door to a multitude of problems. However, to “make haste slowly” sounds a lot like my blog title, “Proactive and Intentional.” One moves forward quickly, but always moving with intention and purpose.
Sometimes I wish God would give m a little more insight into what he was doing. My wife Janice and I are walking through a new open door. We are excited and a bit nervous, because we can’t see very far down the hall. But here we go.