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Faith is both ancient and new by Andy Bondurant

Something Ancient | Something New

Stand by the roads, and look,     and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way is; and walk in it,     and find rest for your souls.  – Jeremiah 6:16 Something ancient It’s human nature to want the new thing. We all want newer, better, faster, stronger. It’s why you upgraded your phone/car/computer/dishwasher/drill last year. […]

There is a balance between God and man - more on AndyBondurant.com

God doesn’t always make sense.

Miracle! Years ago, my daughters miraculously survived a massive car wreck. While their babysitter was driving home on a local highway, something fell off the back of the truck in front of her. She couldn’t avoid it, and she hit this metal object at over 65 mph. The results weren’t pretty. The SUV they were traveling in was crushed, flipping multiple […]

Christian Laettner on AndyBondurant.com

Everybody Hates Andy Bondurant

I Hate Christian Laettner. Saturday night I watched the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, “I Hate Christian Laettner.” I was fascinated by the sub-culture surrounding one person, and specifically the hate directed at him. For those unaware, Christian Laettner was a superstar college basketball player at Duke University in the late 80’s and early 90’s. […]

My Psalm on AndyBondurant.com

My Psalm

Meeting daily together… Every Monday through Thursday morning our staff meets at 8:30 to read a passage of scripture, a short devotion and pray together. It’s always a little different, but a couple of weeks ago we didn’t something I’ve never done before. After reading a Psalm written by David, we were challenged to write […]

We all are constantly harvesting and planting.

Plant. Harvest. Repeat.

Plant. Harvest. Repeat. It doesn’t matter who you are, and what you do in life, we all are planting and/or harvesting. It might be in the natural (gardening, investing, teaching, etc) or the in the spiritual. Don’t be misled – you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant.  -Galatians […]