A life-Giving Marriage and Intestinal Problems
I look back and see that I’ve made some good decisions in my life—like marrying the girl I met in 9th-grade algebra class (a complex story involving many choices). And I’ve made some bad decisions—like eating all the raw camel liver served to me in a North-African Bedouin tent (a simple story involving one compulsive choice). Both decisions had consequences.
In the same way, an authentic walk with Jesus is a result of certain choices. A cool experience with God is exciting but not enough to maintain a life-long journey of following after Jesus. Choices have to be made, big and small, to keep us on the path daily, hourly and even moment by moment. And like it or not, they all produce some kind of consequence.
Why this Blog?
The posts made here focus on helping us do our part to stay close to Jesus regardless where we find ourselves vocationally, geographically or even emotionally. The ongoing motif is “Choices to be made each day.” Choices really do matter and determine where we will find ourselves in five, ten, fifty or a thousand years from now.
Who is this Blog For?
Anyone who desires to explore the choices a Jesus-follower must make. I particularly have in mind those who are or have been a part of a Youth With A Mission (YWAM) community somewhere. There’s more God has for you.
Who Am I?
What Can You Do?
Follow this blog and choose Jesus everyday.
It is my strong belief that all who desire Jesus must learn to be missional regardless where they’re planted geographically, vocationally or relationally. You just have to make the choice to do so, setting your mind and heart on Him—everyday.