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"Selfianity" promotes self-focus

Christianity calls us to self-denial. Selfianity promotes self-focus. Some people want Christianity when it’s convenient and an escape clause when it’s not. When Christ is only a theory, we’ll grow spiritually weary. When He’s living within, we’ll overcome our sin. … Continue reading

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Christianity needs more "heartials" and fewer facials

Facials are fine, but what we all really need is heartials. When Christians gather with a “minister to me” attitude instead of a “let’s minister to one another” attitude, we miss much that God has for us. Perhaps a group … Continue reading

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Football players celebrate in their struggles, Christians can, too.

Early Christians, like football players, knew how to find joy in the middle of struggles and pain. They knew how to celebrate! Sometimes God just wants us to get our ego, our traditions, and our stuff out of His way … Continue reading

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Inside condition (How's yours?)

Biblical Christianity is about the risen Jesus, living inside and thru His followers, as their risen Lord and Master. It’s the process of daily following and obeying Jesus — the life-long experiment of discovering and embracing what makes you closer … Continue reading

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Self-deny or self-identify?

Christ-followers are called to seek the kingdom of God, not the kingdom of self — to self-deny, not to self-identify. Think outside the self-box. Serving others instead of self, rocks! Self-focus shackles us to our own feelings and opinions and … Continue reading

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Make church a support group, not an audience for a lecture

Church pumps people full of Christian ideas, but offers little (or no) daily support or accountability in living out those ideas. However, the Holy Spirit can be trusted to lead a worship meeting without a human controlling it. I’ve seen … Continue reading

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