Category Archives: Matthew

Jesus Doesn’t Throw Spaghetti

Jesus doesn’t throw spaghetti. He knows what’s up. The two most important commands are to love God fully and love your neighbour as yourself. Make faith about what you do – not what you don’t do. Want to be successful … Continue reading

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Second Chance For Pastor Judgy-Pants

We want people to hear the message and not us. And we want to present the message in such a way that we get invited back. My friend just had an experience in which she didn’t want to hear the … Continue reading

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Servant Tribe

Leadership is not lording and greatness is found in serving. That’s what I know from my tribe. That’s what I esteem and what I pursue. Where I come from – in my tribe we serve. We don’t wait to be … Continue reading

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Hope For Persecutors

We don’t often see the importance or the calling to love our persecutors or to pray for them… Even though Jesus taught us this himself. God can do more than we ask or imagine or hope for. So start hoping. … Continue reading

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My Conviction Your Command

If I could go back in time to when I was 20, as a new Christian and a young adult, I would give myself a pep talk on the risk of applying the Holy Spirit’s conviction on my heart to … Continue reading

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Beware of Religion

On Tuesday of the Passion Week, Jesus rips into religious people so that his followers will be able to spot insincere and hypocritical religion and find true faith and the kingdom of God. Turns out we should beware of these … Continue reading

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Son of David Lord

Jesus puts the shoe on the other foot today. In his ongoing interaction with the religious leaders of his time, Jesus asks them a question for a change. Who is Messiah? Whose son is he? This turned into a mic … Continue reading

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