Daily devotion 1.2.20

Photo by Sincerely Media on Unsplash Passages for 1.2.20: Genesis 3-5; Mark 2. Thoughts on Genesis 4. What does God do with Cain? He pursues him, just as He’s pursued many of you reading this. God doesn’t leave us in our sin. Meditate on that truth and think about all the ways God has not abandoned you but…

Daily Devotional 1.1.20

  Photo by Sincerely Media on Unsplash My (Nate’s) hope/aim is to share a brief word each day from the passages I’ve read in my time with Jesus. This year I’m reading through the Bible. I did this for several years but in the last two years, I took a break and did a more concentrated reading through…

Here’s some of the books I’m reading in 2018

Photo by Janko Ferlič on Unsplash “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” – Harry Truman. I absolutely love to read. My love for reading began around the start of my freshman year at the University of Kentucky in 1998.  Providentially, this was also the time that I became much more serious about living out…

January – March 2017 Reading Schedule

Over the past several years I’ve tried to be more intentional in thinking through the books I read.  You might be asking, “for what purpose?” Plain and simple, it helps me be a better a leader, which in turn influences me as a husband, dad and pastor. You’ve heard the axiom: leaders are readers. And…

Millennials are turned off by Christians in politics

“If we are going to help Millennials to come or come back to church, we need to understand why the Millennials don’t come now. Here are five reasons.” Millennials have less patience with institutions. Millennials don’t trust institutions – that includes the church. Millennials are less likely to be married. Single people are less likely…