Category Archives: Narrative

Rejecting a shelter mentality

When God’s people were exiled in Babylon, God continued to speak to them. He instructed his servant Jeremiah to write a letter to His exiled people. One word he wrote to them offered hope and assurance for their future: “This … Continue reading

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What’s your narrative for life?

What narrative do you follow for life? By narrative, I mean the way you choose to live your life. What do you base life on? What vision of life do you follow? What matters to you? What motivates you? What … Continue reading

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