Praying Like We Mean It

This week John takes us back to 1982 with a story about the first time he realized how religious he had become and how miserable he was in the midst of it.

Un Natural

Increased devotion and diligence will not make me feel closer to God again. Believing his never changing affection for me will renew my joy.

Will Power No Power

John reads us a story about his smoking days from On My Worst Day. We talk about how will power has nothing on those habits or sins that we keep promising to stop.

Will Rejection Define Us

John reads to us from On My Worst Day about the day his girlfriend of six years broke up with him in college. The discussion that comes out of this experience brings up some great thoughts about who and how we trust.

Embarrassed

What happens to our identity when we feel embarrassed? And what happens when good friends help us to shed the lies?

When We Assume Motive

In this week's story from On My Worst Day, we see that in an environment of grace, we are endeavoring to give others the benefit of the doubt when it comes to their motive.

The Devils in the Pyracantha

The motivation of grace will always bear greater fruit than demand or coercion.

When We Run

We continue in On My Worst Day and we are talking about our default to want to check out and run away when things get hard. What is the benefit of living life another way. Enjoy.

Not About Position or Power

In the Room of Grace, the mature influence others, not so much out of the power of their position, but out of who they are.

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