Monthly Archives: May 2013

And God said,

And God said, by Doug Bursch Not all of God’s words are spoken, Many are seen, felt and breathed in. If you pause and make room for God’s beauty… If you pause and try to capture God’s glory… If you pause and seek the words that are not spoken… You may happen upon a divine […]

Let Your Light (By Cliff and Jacqueline Bursch)

(A great post from my parents Cliff and Jacqueline) Let Your Light Shine Mark 4:21-23 He said to them, “Do you bring in a lamp to put it under a bowl or a bed? Instead, don’t you put it on its stand? For whatever is hidden is meant to be disclosed, and whatever is concealed […]

Equipper’s Survival Guide (By Steve Crosby)

The following is some helpful advice from my friend Steve Crosby. Steve has written and spoken extensively on issues of church leadership and abuse. The following are some words to help Christian leaders and pastors understand their unique assignment in the body of Christ. Equipper’s Survival Guide (By Steve Crosby) Spiritual abuse is like finding […]

Daily Proverbs (Possible Tweets 11-22)

Daily Proverbs (Possible Tweets 11-22) 11. The integrity of our communication is often rooted not in what we say, but in why and how we say it. 12. Individuality is a mirage. We understand our humanness in relationship to other humans. When we love more, we become more human. 13. Wayward eyebrows are the reward […]

My Delusion or God’s Dream?

Lately I’ve been wrestling with a dream, a God-given dream I cannot shake. Or maybe it’s not a dream, maybe it’s an unrealistic expectation or an overactive imagination. Maybe it’s my dream, not God’s? No! It’s a God given dream! It must be His dream, the kind of dream that requires faith for outcomes not […]

Grace-filled, Christ-centered Parenting by Cliff and Jacqueline Bursch

(Parenting is one of the greatest gifts I received from my parents. The following is some great advice from Cliff and Jacqueline Bursch). Grace-filled, Christ-centered Parenting by Cliff and Jacqueline Bursch . . . we were gentle among you, like a mother caring for her little children. . . . For you know that we […]

The Spiritual Dangers of Irregular Flossing

If flossing were truly important, half of us would be dying of gum disease. We’d be daily opening the obituaries, lamenting the loss of another fine upstanding citizen who’d succumbed to the inevitable consequences of irregular flossing. However, for the most part, we’re all surviving the effects of our flossing truancy. I’m well aware that […]