Spiritual Growth Archives - Saturate

Spiritual Growth Archives - Saturate

GospelLeadershipSpiritual Growth
May 13, 2021

Toss Your Net

  After working tirelessly only to see so many potential hopes, dreams, and plans for ministry fall apart, this past year has left many burnt-out and tempted to question their direction from the Lord. Additionally difficult, our culture has fostered…
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GospelSpiritual Growth
April 1, 2021

A Sorrowful Good Friday

  Jesus walked the earth as a man with flesh and bones. Take a moment to try to sense how real He is. Try to feel it. Picture His dark curly hair, His deep olive complexion, His eyes full of…
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KidsSpiritual Growth
March 30, 2021

Treasuring Christ during Holy Week

  Ever since my children were little, we have kept the tradition of making an Easter Mountain during Holy Week, an idea I took from Noel Piper’s Treasuring Christ in Our Traditions. We make a large lump of salt dough,…
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DiscipleshipSpiritual GrowthWomen
March 9, 2021

The Way through the Wilderness

  Last year when the Angel Soft and Lysol—along with staple foods like Ramen and Chef Boyardee—disappeared from our grocery shelves, I was strangely filled with a bit of anticipation. I thought it could be the wilderness that would teach…
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PrayerSpiritual Growth
December 22, 2020

Listening to God Backward and Forward

  One of my favorite rhythms in our marriage is our annual conversation and reflection on the year that was and the year that is coming. It was in these moments we prayed about starting a new missional community, moving…
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LeadershipPastoringSpiritual Growth
July 15, 2020

Practical Questions to Identify Leadership Idols

  As a leader, I find my heart constantly running after new gods; the things in which I pursue greater satisfaction, greater security, and greater significance. Only Jesus can save me from such rampant idolatry. However, I must be intentional…
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GospelSpiritual Growth
April 10, 2020

A Worshipful Life in a World of Death

  We have two apple trees in our backyard. All spring our family watches as first leaves, then buds, then flowers grow on the branches. Then, we finally see apples appear— first small and green, but eventually plump and red.…
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