Surrender: The Great Forgotten Word

My tolerance for other's tomfoolery, for disobedience, for not taking things seriously is not very high. My friends like to remind me of the time in High School when we were organizing our first Fantasy Baseball Draft and I grew impatient with their lack of adherence to the rules and structure of the proceedings. I... Continue Reading →

Vulnerability Is A Game Changer

Vulnerability has been a theme running through many of the readings we have done through the Apprentice Experience. My friend Kris has taken vulnerability on as a calling and has seen great progress in his own life and among others willing to do it. He encouraged me to be more vulnerable on the blog and... Continue Reading →

“OK, I Get It Lord”

On Jan. 5, I posted on this blog the following, "I want to discover the scriptures in a fresh way. God is found in his book and the best place for me to discover him and learn from him is within his word. I know this and I need to put my fear and guilt... Continue Reading →

How to Find Maximum Fulfillment

The late 20th century professor and ethicist T.B. Maston once defined God's will as "our maximum fulfillment." I think about this quote regularly, especially when I am waging a war with myself over a part of my life that I am unwilling to change because I am afraid that I will lose something enjoyable. Maston... Continue Reading →

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