Tag Archives: faith

Healing of Man Born Blind by El Greco

You’re not blind, but can you see?

There is a difference between having sight and being able to see. If you see Jesus for who he really is, there is only one option – worship.

Jesus is in your boat. Photo by Joel Vodell on Unsplash

Jesus in your boat.

Jesus has called you up to greater things. Those things are probably exciting but scary too. Good news, Jesus is in your boat!

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Joseph: better over bitter

I have agency over my feelings about God, myself and others. I can choose to be angry and bitter, or I can choose to believe God is doing something better.

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Judah: It’s you and me.

It’s never too late for the unrighteous to become righteous – no matter what evil you’ve done. There is always the opportunity for redemption. Sometimes it’s just a long road there.

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Joseph: Finding Freedom in the Truth

You find freedom when you tell the truth. You equally find freedom when you believe the truth. The truth sets us free – even when painful.

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. […]

God is ancient and I choose Ancient by AndyBondurant

I Choose the Ancient.

New Versus Ancient Now all the Athenians and the foreigners who lived there would spend their time in nothing except telling or hearing something new.  -Acts 17:21 God isn’t just old. He is before time. More than that, God exists out of time. He isn’t a new idea. God has always been. God is ancient. Too […]

Doubt is the gateway to Faith - FOMO on AndyBondurant.com

Oh no…FOMO!

FOMO Maybe you’ve heard of the acronym – FOMO? It stands for the phrase “Fear of Missing Out.” It speaks to the experiential nature of our culture. It’s the idea that something hasn’t truly happened unless it’s posted on Instagram\Facebook\Twitter. Funny enough, research shows all the digital memory taking we do (photos, video, etc) actually leads to less […]

You can speak peace in your life

Peace! Be still!

I’ve got you, babe… 2009 was not a good year for me. My business was failing – I lost $100,000 in one week. Kia’s business was faltering – a luxury services don’t sell in a down economy. Relationships were stressed – financial problems don’t make for warm fuzzies. Everything was falling apart. Have one of these years? In […]