Better or Bitter?

In 1876 at the Centennial Expo in Philadelphia, the Japanese introduced a plant to the United States they could hardly imagine would have such an impact. This strange new vine was called “Kudzu.” The plant didn’t have much use until the 1940s. At that time, the U.S. Soil Erosion Service believed that Kudzu could be […]

You Seem Stressed

Ever have anyone tell you that? If you’ve ever had someone tell you that you seemed stressed, tense, or worried, how did you respond? You may have downplayed it, shrugged it off, or entered into a state of full-blown denial. You might have even gotten defensive. (Hint: if you got defensive with them, they were […]

Don’t Forget

Like me, you’ve probably experienced the occasional lapses in memory. Names, dates, details, all can easily slip past our ability to recall them. Even moments can fall into that category, as experiences and moments in time get lost in the shuffle of so many other memories. And then there are those special moments that are […]

Here to Where?

Over the past few weeks at Liberty Hill we’ve been comparing our lives to a journey. Using the life of Moses as an example to learn from, we’ve seen that all of us are in some form of process; of “becoming” something slightly different than we presently are. Like it or not, all of our lives are […]

Not Silent After All

Over the years, I’ve heard many people casually refer to God speaking to them. That may seem odd to some, but it’s certainly reasonable. If we believe there is a God who designed us, then certainly He can communicate with us. But I’ve also heard others say they’ve never heard God speak to them. I […]