Sing the truth into your heart

The word “minister” isn’t just a noun—it’s a verb. To “minister” to someone is to serve someone, or to care for someone, especially in a spiritual context. In the past month I’ve heard people say that someone “ministered” to them through a friendly conversation. Another person felt that someone “ministered” to them when they prayed … Continue reading Sing the truth into your heart

Anti-humble

Yesterday I shared a definition of humility inspired by C.S. Lewis: “Humility isn’t thinking less of yourself, but of yourself less.” That means true humility isn’t self-defeating or self-deprecating. It’s about putting God’s will and the interests of others first. In this way you “lose yourself” because you’re not overly concerned with your reputation, your … Continue reading Anti-humble