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The Best Day

I'll be talking about Moses' last words, my 50th birthday, what it takes to get one Christian to the next generation, failing at Dr. Dobson's methods, the perfect family in the Bible, what it takes to be a parent, Charlton Heston, what it means to lead by example, Christie Brinkley's true origins, why dinner is so important, how love is expressed, and what we need to do to make tomorrow the best day of our lives. 

Up To Snuff

I'll be talking about fads and habits, irrational commitments, Jerry Hanley's sleeve, the cost of change, the dividing line between success and failure, holes in your head, why we jump out of airplanes in America, what to do with your pain, selfies with Jesus, and how much you hate to lose. 


I will be talking about Jesus' brother and their sibling rivalry, the one skill that you MUST learn to survive the coming days, the one odd person Jesus visited after His resurrection, how God sees you, where you are going to get the courage to live like you are supposed to, the age when Easter Egg hunts become fun again, and what James missed growing up in the house with Jesus.


Revelation 3:14-17 (MSG)

Write to Laodicea, to the Angel of the church. God’s Yes, the Faithful and Accurate Witness, the First of God’s creation, says:“I know you inside and out, and find little to my liking. You’re not cold, you’re not hot—far better to be either cold or hot! You’re stale. You’re stagnant. You make me want to vomit. You brag, ‘I’m rich, I’ve got it made, I need nothing from anyone,’ oblivious that in fact you’re a pitiful, blind beggar, threadbare and homeless.

The Blessed Life

Our new series called "The Meaning of Life" with a sermon called "The Blessed Life". I'll be talking about our new puppy (and how she reminds me of Jacob), why I struggle with liking Jacob (the one from the Bible, not one of you guys), $250,000 gifts, why earphones are bad for the spiritual life, Destination Disease, where envy doesn't lead, twins, what you were made for, and who really sold their birthright. See you there.


We are going to finish our series on prayer with a message called "Thine". I'll talk about unpredictable pregnancies, entrances and exits, beginnings and endings, how to turn ugly stuff beautiful, flea markets, Facebook and God, why Christians are silly, why there are no such thing as "little" prayers, the finished product of prayer, pre-game huddles, and how every prayer ends. 


Lead Us Not

We are continuing our series on The Lord's Prayer. I'll talk about being late for a wedding, prayer and its relationship to time, our inability to predict the future, clearing the decks through prayer, what could be avoided, the famous last words before the search team is sent in, God's protection, clearing the obstacle course, and how to finish your course.