Lately, I’ve felt like the small sailboat in the image associated with this blog post. I’m adrift. The water is calm but there is no wind. I’m in a haze and even if I had a paddle to get myself to shore, I can’t see the shore. No matter what direction I head toward it’s the wrong way. Continue reading “Adrift [STR4P 13]”
Why is it that all of the “new” t.v. shows and movies seem to capitalize on 80’s nostalgia? What is driving this trend in media? How does that trend apply to our lives as people struggling to follow Jesus?
Listen in as I try to answer these questions and more in the latest episode of Struggling for Purpose. Continue reading “Nostalgia Nation [STR4P 12]”
Truth time: I hardly ever use a physical Bible. Nearly all of my devotional reading and studying is done on my computer, smartphone, or tablet. I use a physical Bible when I occasionally teach at church and pull one out when I don’t want to have a screen in my face.
When I use a physical Bible, it is a multi-sensory experience. The scent and texture of the material, combined with the sounds of turning pages and seeing the words help to emboss what I’m reading into my heart and mind. Nearly all of my senses are engaged when I use a physical Bible rather than a virtual one and each Bible that I own provides its own unique experience.
Bibles make great gifts as long as you’re giving someone a great Bible. The CSB He Reads Truth Bible( is a great Bible. Listen to the podcast to hear all of my thoughts on this study Bible and how I think it will help you study God’s Word. Continue reading “CSB He Reads Truth Bible Review and Giveaway [STR4P 11]”
I’ve decided to make some changes related to my podcasting. That means this podcast is changing (again) and another has got to go! It’s going to be messy for a little while. Continue reading “Change is Coming [STR4P 10]”
Sometimes it’s hard to record podcasts