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God’s Time Out By Tamara Graff Exodus 20:8-11, “Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. God’s time out prescription, the Sabbath, is not really a suggestion in scripture. It’s a commandment. There are three purposes why God created the Sabbath for our lives. The first purpose is to reverence God-slow down and honor Him by taking time to worship Him. Growing up,...

“For great is His love towards us and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever.” Psalm 117:2   August 2016 was life changing for me. Not only was my oldest son getting married, but our community suffered an unprecedented flood— and it all happened at the same time. We had left our new home in Louisiana nice and tidy to travel to Hot...

I’ve always been a fighter. Sometimes it’s my greatest weakness; other times, my greatest strength. But over the years, I’ve found that a choice to fight doesn’t guarantee that the cause I’m fighting for will be fulfilled. It’s when I fight right that the battle is won. That’s why Jesus said in Mark 10:34-35, “Do not suppose that I have come...

We see it on so many Instagram photos these days. A hashtag that lets people know, “Hey, I got the life I want.” That new car in the driveway of your new home, while your newborn is sleeping in your arms? #blessed. That’s not a bad thing… in fact I like seeing people enjoy life! When it concerns me is when...

In college, I majored in history. There’s just something about exploring events that changed the course of lives, people groups —even entire nations— that intrigues me. I love learning from the past, and using those lessons in my present to make my future better. Even more than I love learning from stories in Texas or American history, I love learning from...

Therefore, we do not lose heart.  Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.  For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.  So, we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is...

As a young father, most of my days were spent teaching my kids lessons like how to respect people and things, how to budget their money, how to ride a bike, or how to pursue their own relationship with God. Now that they’re all post-college-aged adults, it’s funny to see how these teaching moments have changed just a bit. Sure, I...