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Facing Dangers on All Sides
By Dr. Scott Rodin | What does it mean to stand with Jesus in our day?
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.
Maintaining Perspective on Election Day
By Dr. Scott Rodin | It’s finally here! Even though there’s a reasonable chance we may not know the winner of the presidential election anytime soon, the campaigning ends today.
A Most Amazing Prayer Meeting
By Dr. Scott Rodin | There are no caveats to this call and command to pray. You don’t get a ‘pass’ once you enter politics or reach some level of power or authority. In fact, the more power and authority we are given, the more critical our prayer life becomes.
Where Does the Line Pass for You?
By Dr. Scott Rodin | By seeing others as ‘the problem’ we exonerate ourselves from the requirement to change if the problem is to be solved. In our self-assurance we believe there is nothing required of us. We have it right. We are the solution. We have it figured out.
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Let me start this blog with a confession. I am writing this as much to myself as to you. I am struggling to find God’s promised “peace that passes all understanding.” I am fighting a spirit of discouragement over the affairs of our world. I am trying to find my place, my voice, and my role in the cultural collapse we are witnessing.
Will You Leave, Too?
By Dr. Scott Rodin | There is a familiar ring to the tension in the story in John 6. In what seemed like a flash, there was division, confusion, polarization and betrayal. Everything began falling apart. What happened? Jesus proclaimed the values of the kingdom of God in harsh, stark, unambiguous terms.
What’s So Critical About the Stuff and Soul Connection?
By Dr. Scott Rodin | This week it is my privilege and joy to turn my blog over to my friend and colleague Dr. Wes Willmer. This is an exciting day as our publication arm, Kingdom Life Publishing, launches Wes’s new book, Stuff and Soul: Mastering the Critical Connection.
Writing Your Five-Word Eulogy
By Dr. Scott Rodin | What kinds of relationships surround you? How would your peers describe your relationship with them? How would your employees describe your relationships with them? How would your closest friend describe your relationship?