I’m sorry.

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My goal with this blog is to share about being a follower of Jesus in everyday life. I want to write about personal experiences, books, and things that I have learned that point to how to live for and like Jesus on a daily basis. That being said, there are also many people in this world who do things in the name of Jesus who set a poor example of what it means to follow Jesus. So this week I’m writing to say, I’m sorry for those who set bad examples and don’t show what it really means to follow Jesus. Continue reading

How would Jesus use His Money?

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Of all the stories that Jesus told, the Parable of the Shrewd Manager in Luke 16 is probably the most difficult one to understand. Most of the others are somewhat straight forward. This one, however, is tough because Jesus seems to be siding with the bad guy. He picks the guy who does wrong and is dismissed by his employer. The point of the story, however, isn’t that the manager was bad, it was how he used his master’s money to make sure he still had friends after he was let go. Jesus says that the lesson in the story is to, “Use your worldly resources to benefit others and make friends. Then, when your earthly possessions are gone, they will welcome you to an eternal home.” [1] Continue reading