For those of us who have been freed from the consequences of sin, do we live as free, or do we keep serving sin? Continue reading Free In Deed, Part 2
It’s fun to be in the front row, but sometimes we need to see who is behind us – someone that might need a little help. Continue reading Down in Front!
Our posture (and its effects on us) tells us what we spend time at. How can we invest in activities that produce good results, even if we have a few aches and pains as a result? Continue reading The Hunch
In the book of Hebrews, we are not only directed to make good choices, but also to help others to do good. Continue reading Active Inspiration
We might not always deliver kid’s drinks, but we still have opportunities to aid others. Continue reading The Kool-Aid Man
If washing others’ feet isn’t part of our daily routine (unlike first-century disciples), through what sort of humble service might we be called to follow Jesus’ example instead? Continue reading What Does Washing Feet Look Like Today?
Even if we can’t jump tall buildings in a single bound, God provides supernatural gifts – manifestations of His own power – to those who follow Him. Continue reading You Can Have Superpowers
Opportunities that look attractive will regularly pop up. We must choose the best ones to focus on, though, so that we don’t get pulled away from what is most important. Continue reading Side Quests
In the book of Philippians, a delivery person is a hero. Who knows – we may be called to carry good things to others in Jesus’ name, as well. Continue reading Epaphroditus
Rather than seeking out the “lesser of two evils”, Paul the apostle was conflicted by having two excellent alternatives. Continue reading Win-Win