Confessions of an Image-Conscious Achiever-Type

By scottsauls | February 26, 2017

  I don’t know about you, but I find it frighteningly easy to relate to an anecdote that Donald Miller once told about the comedian, Tom Arnold in his book, Searching for God Knows What: I caught an interview with Tom Arnold regarding his book How I Lost Five Pounds in Six Years. The interviewer asked why he […]

We’re All Drunk On Something

By scottsauls | February 20, 2017

  I love how Jesus related to damaged, condemned people. Don’t you? A woman sins against God and is caught in the act of adultery. She wrecks a home. She brings shame upon herself and her community. Then, pious men take her shame public. “Lawbreakers must not be tolerated,” they think. “She must be condemned […]

As a Christian, I Favor National Security AND Refugee Care

By scottsauls | February 13, 2017

  All partisan politics aside (truly), I am an evangelical Christian pastor who supports our President’s commitment to national security and who favors doing everything possible to help the world’s most vulnerable refugees get out of harm’s way as quickly and safely as possible. I support both of these commitments because in Jesus, my conscience is […]

When Success Becomes A Catastrophe

By scottsauls | February 6, 2017

  By all appearances, it feels like I am in a very sweet season right now. Marriage is a source of joy. Our daughters are the kinds of girls who make a mom and dad both proud and thankful. Ministry is a blast these days — I get to serve alongside some truly exceptional people. […]