I’m still trying to get over the parts of me that gravitate toward the first kind of religion, but I’m hopeful that with the help of Jesus and others who follow him, I can grow in the second kind – the demonstration of love toward all people.
Podcast Episode #003: God’s Plan for Saving the World, According to Jesus
What did Jesus really mean when he said we couldn’t see the kingdom of God unless we were born again, or that God loved the world by sending his son to save it? We have to start by removing many of our wrong assumptions and approaching Jesus in a fresh way.
With All This Crazy Weather, Jesus Must Be Coming Soon, Right?
The Book of Revelation in the Bible… bear with me… is NOT about the second coming of Christ, the rapture, the end of the world, how to spot the antichrist, or how awful the end times will be. It’s about worshipping the Lamb in the midst of empire.
Podcast Episode #002: An Ancient Framework for Relating to the Rest of the World
These three values or actions of doing justice, loving mercy or kindness, and walking humbly with God give us the ultimate framework for relating to our world. I can navigate anything if I do so while living out these three values. And here’s the beautiful part: It’s SO simple.
I’m Doing This For Me… A Reflection on Lent
You don’t have to practice self-discipline alone. In fact, millions are celebrating Lent starting with Ash Wednesday. But Jesus taught us, by example and in his sermons, that there is deep, personal reward for drawing away from our daily concerns and addictions to draw nearer to the heart of God.
Maybe Deconstructing the Puzzle Isn’t a Bad Thing
Many, many people are deconstructing the puzzle of the faith that was handed down to them from a previous generation. In fact, we’re all seekers. Remaining open, continually, to what God might want to show us is part of walking humble.
Podcast Episode #001: Welcome to Walk Humble
Hello friends! Welcome to the Walk Humble podcast. I’m your host, Brandon Cox, and every week or two, I’ll drop a new episode as part of an ongoing conversation about life, faith, and relationships among people who don’t have all the answers and aren’t afraid to admit...
5 Attitudes That Simplify Complicated Relationships
The Apostle Paul once wrote about what it looks like to cut through the emotional clutter that keeps us from being close to people. He gave us five new attitudes to develop.
What Should You Do? Vs. Who Should You Become?
Between birth and death lies an ongoing string of choices, and you’ll know what to do when you know who it is you are supposed to become.
Five Words That Can Set You Free
Our opinions can be like pumping oxygen into a room ready to explode, but these five words suck the fuel out of a volatile situation and calm things down.