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Phoned in or half-stepped: worship?

By Dave Henning / October 31, 2022

“Worship cannot be half-stepped or phoned in.  It must be done in faith.  Yet that level of commitment reveals one reason many of us don’t worship by faith — we believe in God without believing God.  We mentally believe He exists, but we don’t take Him seriously.”- Dr. Tony Evans Dr. Tony Evans concludes Chapter […]


Work hard at maintaining the facade

By Dave Henning / November 7, 2019

“We don’t like to be broken, and we work hard at maintaining the façade that we have it all together.  But if we’re honest, part of what life does is break us.  We get betrayed, hurt, stepped on, and shutout.  We suffer heartaches and losses.  And some days it feels a lot like despair.”- Bob […]


Awareness of brokenness – a baseline reality

By Dave Henning / January 12, 2018

“I didn’t know how to bring the knowledge in my head — the awareness of my brokenness as a baseline reality and a starting point for my need for Jesus — in line with the motions of my heart and my deep desire to feel whole . . .”- Ann Swindell In Chapter 4 (“When […]

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