Christ, family, loneliness, marriage, ministry, personal relationships

Part Two: 3 big things we, the Church, can learn from what’s been happening in Cleveland with LeBron James

Yesterday, I began a 3 part series about my city, Cleveland, and what we have going on here since the announcement that LeBron James was coming home to play for the Cleveland Cavs once again. If you didn’t get to check out Part 1, you can check it out here: https://samfindsfaith.wordpress.com/2014/10/30/lebron-james-and-the-church-part-one/ Cleveland as a whole… Continue reading Part Two: 3 big things we, the Church, can learn from what’s been happening in Cleveland with LeBron James

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anger, ministry, personal relationships, salvation

Part One: 3 big things we, the Church, can learn from what’s been happening in Cleveland with LeBron James.

If you’ve lived in the United States in the last few months to the last 10 years or more, and you’ve been anywhere near a television that streams ESPN, I’m sure you’ve heard the story of the love affair between LeBron James and the city of Cleveland, Ohio. But in case you haven’t, here is… Continue reading Part One: 3 big things we, the Church, can learn from what’s been happening in Cleveland with LeBron James.

Christ, emotions, family, fear, marriage, peace, personal relationships, testimony

having God doesn’t mean you don’t need people.

I haven’t made any secret about the condition of my heart lately, but I haven’t necessarily talked about it a-whole-lot either. I’ve been dealing with some depression, but more than that has also been the weight of sin and addiction in my life, and it’s really been rough some days. But I’m realizing more and… Continue reading having God doesn’t mean you don’t need people.