Tag Archives: hard times

  • Learning From Jesus in the Wilderness

    Posted on August 9, 2017 by in Blog

    The physical wilderness is harsh to humans. It is unforgiving and can test every resilience of the soul. But the wilderness can be something more subtle, more everyday in every location. It can be a place and time of emotional, spiritual or medical suffering. The wilderness can be brokenness, hardship, or pain. I’ve been through those wildernesses. Have you?

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  • A Walk in the Woods: Learning to See the Christian Life as an Adventure

    Posted on August 9, 2017 by in Blog, Uncategorized

    Often I find myself thinking that the world would be a lot more fun if more people embraced the overall concept of adventure. If they would see the joy in life, embrace the silliness a wee bit more, and see trials and triumphs as if they were chapters in your life’s book. This chapter? Financial hardship. Next chapter? Whitewater rafting. Seeing life as an adventure might just transform the way we endure hard times.

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