The end of the year is a time to reflect and I try to reflect on the books I have read too. Every year I try to read 20 books. Yes, I have a book-reading target. I find that it helps me keep reading - I know I enjoy it, I know it helps me grow, but life can happen and keep me from reading. These are some of the books I loved reading in 2020.
Earlier this year we did a series on Hope at church. Here's some thoughts about our the difference between hope as we use it daily and hope we find in the Bible
Many Christians find it difficult to read the Bible. That might be a suprise to my agnostic and atheist friends, but it actually makes sense. It's not an easy book. We are quick to judge it or to conclude things from it. Here are four ways how NOT to read the Bible - because I think we all do one of these from time to time!
“One love, one heart; let’s get together and feel alright.” Famous lyrics by Bob Marley. I think unity is a desire that most people have – most of us prefer harmony over strife. I think most people understand the value of unity in a team setting, but I also think most people don’t experience unity … Continue reading How speaking the same language contributes to unity
I have been leading in several places in and around church. Here is one of my largest lessons in leadership so far.