Rich and Miserable — How Can It Be?

By scottsauls | April 30, 2018

In 2015, Business Insider Magazine published an article about Markus Persson, the creator of the wildly successful video game, Minecraft. Persson sold his company for $2.5 billion—establishing him as one of the richest, most successful entrepreneurs in our time. Following the sale, he purchased a mansion for $70 million and spent his days living the […]

With Jesus, Everyone is Invited to the Dance

By scottsauls | April 22, 2018

Throughout history, there have been many men and women of faith who, from positions of fame and power and influence, have left the world better on a national and global scale. These faithful, high-profile servants are likened to the high-profile servants in Scripture—those with exceptional access to and/or positions of power such as Abraham, Joseph, […]

Some Thoughts on Pain and Suffering

By Scott Sauls | April 13, 2018

Over the years, I have walked alongside men and women who have faced death with bitterness and despair. I have also walked alongside men and women in the same circumstances, but with a settled peace in their hearts, joy on their faces, and certain declarations about how their best days are still ahead of them. […]

Shedding Our Chameleon Skin

By scottsauls | April 9, 2018

People are like chameleons. We’re good at hiding. Why do we hide? Because rejection is simply too painful to bear. The chameleon in us—or what Brennan Manning has called the Imposter—is represented by multiple “colors” or masks that we use to hide ourselves and fit in. Most of us have a work self, an at-home […]

Resurrection (is Not) for Dummies

By scottsauls | April 4, 2018

Post-Easter, I thought I would offer a few tidbits for those who wonder if one can be a Christian and use her/his brain at the same time. I hope you are encouraged in your faith or challenged in your skepticism, or perhaps both, as you consider… It is no small thing that C.S. Lewis was […]