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I’m Not Good Enough And Neither Are You

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In a world that is constantly pushing us to be better people and self help books abound, I’m going to say something that’s just not that popular.

I’m not good enough and neither are you.

Not only that, but we never will be. No matter how many books we read or how hard we try, we’ll never measure up. Before we all get super depressed, let me unpack this a bit.

Continue reading “I’m Not Good Enough And Neither Are You”

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Why We Shouldn’t Give Up Meeting Together

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Just ask most church goers across America how many times they attend church in a given month and the answer may shock you. Then again, it may not, as I am sure that most of you have noticed a changing cultural trend. I have had many such conversations over the past few years with people who consider their church attendance “regular” and are only attending 1-2 times a month. They site reasons that range from children’s sporting events to work but the reality is that we live in a world that has devalued church attendance in exchange for increasing busyness and activity.  On top of this, with the advent of social media, people have tricked themselves into believing that they are connected in real relationships with others.

Is this all just a facade? Continue reading “Why We Shouldn’t Give Up Meeting Together”

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