Stealing the Ambulance

A story in Louisville last weekend caught my attention as I was scrolling down my Twitter feed. Apparently someone stole a Bullitt County EMS ambulance outside Jewish Hospital and eventually crashed it into the Home of the Innocents, a center that provides services to at-risk children and families. Fortunately no one was hurt at the […]

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The Solution

Several years ago, on a vacation with our family, a friend of mine named Heath pulled out a 3x3x3 puzzle cube. He had learned to solve it and was working on getting faster. I was instantly interested, having spent much time trying to figure out how to solve the original Rubik’s cube when it came […]

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How to Have a God-Moment

What truly makes up a God-moment? Some people hang that little phrase on twists of good circumstance and figure that God must have had something to do with what happened to them on that particular day. And while I agree that God is sovereign and can show his power through our circumstances (as well as […]

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The Tone of God’s Voice

Communication in our twenty-first century digital world is dominated by the written word. Emails, texts, posts, tweets, and other messages fly between our digital devices, keeping us connected and helping us get things done. Unfortunately, we’ve also created an unhealthy attachment to these devices. As I drive down the road these days, I glance at other […]

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Why Resurrection Matters

Almost twenty-four years ago, I received an abrupt phone call. The call was from my dad’s pastor, saying that he had driven up to see me and that he needed directions to my apartment. When I asked him what was going on, he evaded the question, saying that he’d share more in person. I soon […]

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