Posts in: Freedom in Christ

Peacemaking in an Age of Anger

By Dr. Scott Rodin | Blessed are the Peacemakers


Discovering the ‘New’ in New Year

By Dr. Scott Rodin | There is one view of ‘Happy New Year’ I would like to encourage us to consider as we look to the year ahead.

A Simple Question in a Complicated Age

By Dr. Scott Rodin | This is my final blog for 2020. What can we say about it all?


The Strange (and Christ-like) Response to Crisis

By Dr. Scott Rodin | Think back to the last time you faced a significant, critical need with woefully inadequate resources to meet it, when you had to accomplish something great and your assets to achieve it were meager. What was your response?


Five Ways to Experience Restoration, Healing and Hope in a Broken World

By Dr. Scott Rodin | In this fourth week, we will take an honest look at the temptation to treat people as means to our own ends. As you walk through your day, who’s agenda drives your actions – yours or God’s?


Five Ways to Experience Restoration, Healing and Hope in a Broken World

By Dr. Scott Rodin | This is our second week looking at how we as stewards live and thrive in the unprecedented times in which we live.

When our Reputation Becomes a Stumbling Block

By Dr. Scott Rodin | Here’s the hard truth: caring too much about our reputation as leaders is absolute bondage.

The Three-Question Challenge

By Dr. Scott Rodin | I’ve always been challenged by the stark, jarring dialogue in the story of Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness. Imagine, Jesus and the Devil face to face in verbal combat! I was reading through it again recently when, for the first time, I considered the content ... read on

Deep Peace

By Dr. Scott Rodin | For the past year or so I have signed of f on emails and letters with the words, ‘Deep Peace’. The phrase comes from The Four Gifts of the King. Here are two excerpts. Zedekai rode close to Steward. “Tell me, Warrior Steward, what do ... read on


Living ‘Well Pleased’

By Dr. Scott Rodin | Last week I challenged us to live 2019 under our Father’s pronouncement that we are His beloved child, and in us He is ‘well pleased.’ I posited that this is a healthier spiritual pursuit than seeking to earn God’s accolade of ‘well done, good and ... read on

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