The Most Powerful Lesson I’ve Learned This Year (Maybe This Decade)
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Those of you who’ve been following this ministry know that The Steward’s Journey is all about freedom. For the last five years we have written, taught, preached and guided people through a process of being set free. We believe freedom is among the greatest gifts that flow from the life in Christ.
My Three Favorite Scriptures that Aren’t in the Bible
By Dr. Scott Rodin | This is a confession. In my unspoken desire to live with one foot in God’s kingdom and one in my own, I can find clever ways to make scripture fit my own perspectives.
How Generosity Can Rob Us of our Joy
By Dr. Scott Rodin | We are generous when and only when our giving is our way of emulating the giving of the Father.
What You Don’t Know Will Steal Your Joy
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Only at the foot of the cross will we fully experience both our sin and our salvation in a way that produces the blessed assurance that God’s grace is enough.
Power in the Blood
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Sin requires cleansing that only blood can provide. All sin leads to death, and Jesus’ blood gives life. When the two collide, blood wins.
To the Church in America: There Will be No Great Revival Without Blood
By Dr. Scott Rodin | The single reason the church has lost its way is because we want to be the body of Christ without the blood of Christ
Living God’s Way
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Upon what or whom are you depending today? How you answer that question will determine your leadership style, shape your heart, and define your fears
How a Divided Heart Steals Your Joy
By Dr. Scott Rodin | How do we reclaim an undivided heart? We can do so through worship, that is, a total surrender to the sovereign God and Creator of all things.
Drive Out All Fear
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Fearing God does not mean terror or dread but being overwhelmed by His sovereignty, His awesomeness, and His authority over every area of life.
How Full Can a Plane Be?
By Dr. Scott Rodin | While sitting in an airport waiting area preparing to board my flight, the gate agent announced over the speaker that, “our plane is full today, so please limit your carryons to two pieces.”