What You’ll Always Regret and What You’ll Never Regret

Always’ and Never’s…I know you’re not supposed to use those very often, but they are accurate here.  We know them to be true because of Scripture’s teaching.  I know them to be true from my own life experiences.  And for those of you who have sought to try and hide, and have experienced the freedom of walking in the light (like me), then you know these statements to be true.

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I have a lot of unfinished things in my life.  Things I’ve started on but haven’t completed. Or things that need attention that I haven’t gotten around to doing just yet. I have a plethora (I’ve always wanted to use that word in a blog post) of house projects to complete. I have a guitar […]

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Watch Where You’re Going

Heather and I were in a local store the other day, and as we were making our way down this one particular aisle, a small child was walking happily along, but with his head turned to the side.  He was on a crash course with me.  Whether you’re a parent or not, you’ve seen this […]

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When we face struggle

REM said it this way… ‘Everybody hurts…sometimes.’  There is truth to that line, not because REM sang it, but because it reflects a Biblical truth.  That in this life, one theme is suffering and struggle.  Now, this blog post is already getting you excited, huh?!  🙂 But the reality of life is that it is […]

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Pride follow up…

From Matt Wiegand… Great message this past Sunday (5/11) from Pastor Dave about pride.  If you missed it, go find it on Crosspoint’s website and “LISTEN” to it. What is ironic about pride is, when I am trying to be humble or act in humility, my pride continues to rear its ugly head. What do I […]

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Shifting Blame

As I look back on my life, I can see how I tried to shift the blame or point the finger at someone or something else.  I see it in my kids sometimes, how they are quick to blame the other person for their own wrong doing instead of owning up to it.  “Well she […]

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Sin, Sorrow, and Repentance

“There were some present at that very time who told him about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. 2 And he answered them, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans, because they suffered in this way? 3 No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish. 4 Or those […]

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