Christian Living

Christian living related blog posts, including blog posts on prayer, Bible study, living a set-apart life, spiritual disciplines, and Biblical terms and concepts.

What is The Life God Intended?

What is the life God intended? I sought out the answer and it may not be what you think. Click through to read.

Can I tell you a little secret about my blog’s tagline: Seeking the Life God Intended? I wrote it unsure what “the life God intended” really meant (hence, why it says “seeking” and not “living”). I wanted a life full of joy. A life only found when we align ourselves with God’s will. But I […]

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3 Truths About Forgiveness

Do you ever wonder if some sin is too big for God to forgive? Let go of any doubt that you are forgiven by embracing these three truths about forgiveness.

I stood at the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek in Phnom Penh reading an information board: “Duch was found guilty of crimes against humanity relating to the torture and deaths of about 15,000 people.” As I stood there appalled at the magnitude of such a number, these words passed through my thoughts, “it is all […]

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Why I Don’t Make 5 Year Plans

Find out why a type A planner no longer makes 5-year plans and how you can find security without them as well. Click to read.

The question of “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” annoys me. Usually I am asked this question during some sort of interview or work meeting, and I always want to respond, “I have no idea where I will be in 5 years!” Technically, that answers the question, “where will you be in 5 […]

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How Not To Respond When God Calls

Have you ever resisted God’s call on your life? Learn 4 reasons why we should accept God's call instead of resist. Click through to read

At different times in my life, I have received a clear call from God.  These calls require me to act; to step out of my comfort zone and serve God’s purpose for my life. I wish I could tell you I promptly responded with willing obedience, but this has not usually been the case.   […]

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