Pro Bono Jesus

The Worshipping Power of “I Don’t Know”

Posted by in emotion, general, Theology

There was a time once in some far off planet where the answer to every question wasn’t simply an “OK Google” or “Hey Alexa” away.  On a side note, I’ve often thought about how annoying it would be to be named Alexa these days.  On a side-side note, I also think it would be incredibly entertaining to have a friend named Alexa and just bombard her with random questions on a regular basis. “Hey Alexa, how many ounces are there in 29 quarts?”  “Hey Alexa, who won the 1939 World…read more

Discern God’s Will In 3 (Not Always Easy) Steps

Posted by in motive, spirit, vocation

On average we make 35,000 decisions every day. It’s one of the reasons it is so hard to decide between Jimmy Johns and Chipotle – we get tired of so many choices. Followers of Jesus are instructed to be faithful in each of those decisions. (Jesus has high standards.) Some choices are easy. Should I punch my neighbor for not mowing their yard this week? Should I steal a Snickers from the gas station because I don’t have any cash? Should I flip off the guy in front of me that…read more