After recovering from a Friday interview fail, I talk about the importance of accountability in forming new spiritual discipline habits.
Third in a series for Lent, this commute cam encourages folks who are beginning a new spiritual discipline to offer their best to God each day.
Who is Jesus? How do you answer that question?
Music is “Who Are You” by The Who.
When it comes to taking on a new spiritual discipline, consistency is also key (yesterday it was persistence, which isn’t very consistent).
Cindi Lauper is singing “Time after Time” in the background.
When it comes to spiritual discipline, it is important to start again if you don’t meet your goal. Don’t give up!
The music is from Kap Slap. Thanks for putting me on to it, Ben!
Don’t forget that this year’s icanhasgrace contest is underway. Click here for details!
For several years, Belmont United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tennessee, has been the church home for families from Burma. Read more about The Golden Triangle Fellowship here.
On this Memorial Day weekend, the youth from the group sang God Bless America in worship. As a rule, I don’t respond well to mixing patriotism with religion. But something was different about hearing these particular youth sing this particular song. It was a moment of unexpected grace.