The rest we need is found in the abundant and overflowing shalom of God. He is always offering His promise of rest, and giving the reality of His promise with us.
THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE is a life of Valiant and Courageous Service… in the mundane, little things that others may not or will not do… but we choose to do because of the grace and purpose that is alive in us as God’s people.
GOD’S GREAT ADVENTURE for our lives is a journey of hope given to us in the redemption-freedom God has lavished on us. And like the freed slave and his family, we are blessed with the opportunity and calling to flood this gracious gift on others.
THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE is a life of Radical Generosity… It begins in our ‘right here,’ and our ‘right now,’ with generous and sacrificial acts of service to the people and places in our ‘Jerusalem.’
THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE is a life of Valiant and Courageous Service. And as we serve, we find the joy of connecting with others beyond our own circle of friends… expanding our vision of how amazing God’s people are and the phenomenal things we can do together.
The EXTRAORDINARY LIFE is a Life of Revolutionary Trust and Hope in God. We find new and refreshing hope in nature… in the God Who spoke all of the planets, galaxies, blades of grass, and every love-letter leaf into existence.
THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE is a life of Radical Generosity. In a world warring with words of criticism and judgment, we can generously offer words of healing grace, reconciliation, and restoration.
I was walking into Golf Galaxy a few years back when I saw a few young men in Chuck E. Cheese uniforms standing around a dumpster high fiving and laughing. They had figured out a way to flip old pizzas from their buffet onto the wall of the building with the dumpster door. As I... Continue Reading →
The EXTRAORDINARY LIFE is a Life or Revolutionary Trust and Hope in God. It is a life in which we live in freedom from the ropes and tethers that limit us and hold us down. What was disbelief becomes trust. What was scarcity and fear become hope.