Do you build fences or dig wells?

We unite around a cause, or an ideology, political party or a religion. We draw lines that distinguish us from others and try to get as many people on our side of the line as possible. This is a fickle unity, at best, and is most certainly a temporary one. Love, however, has enduring power, and it's God's instrument for binding the world together.
Tags:  Love, Unity, Boldness, Peterson, Theology of Work

God, answer me quickly!

When we ask a question or share a concern with someone, we expect a quick response. At what point did we decide it wasn't okay to also pray with bold, expectant urgency? No, that's not heresy, urgent, time-sensitive prayers are actually modeled for us in the Psalms.
Tags:  Boldness, Urgency, prayer, Confidence, Theology of Work, Roberts

Being mat carriers

It's one thing to try to integrate our faith in the work we do each day, but here's a probing question: what are you willing to risk to help a colleague experience the life that only Jesus offers? How bold are you willing to be?
Tags:  Boldness, Faith, Friendship, Theology of Work, Roberts

Bold faith

Do you ever ask God for big, even impossible things? If so, do you expect Him to answer? What if He's looking for exactly that - a big, impossible prayer that's prayed with confident expectation?
Tags:  Boldness, Confidence, prayer, Roberts, Theology of Work

It's time to be brave

At your work, are there certain subjects that are 'no fly zones' for what's appropriate in conversation? Politics, maybe? A position on some controversial issue like gun control or immigration, perhaps? What about matters concerning your faith? The Bible says we're to be ambassadors for Christ at work, but that's not always comfortable, it is?
Tags:  Bravery, Workmatters, Boldness

The marketplace cowboy

Restless curiosity. Whatever happened to that? When did we stop thinking up new questions and daring to chase down their answers? Perhaps we should be a revisit the spirit of the cowboy we used to celebrate when we were kids.
Tags:  Curiosity, Boldness, Tamasy