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Author: Matthew

#LivingContent Part 3

When I started this series of posts, I felt like this was going to be the hardest post to make (parts one and two). It is not because it is the most difficult concept to grasp, but rather because it is the most difficult one to put into action. This is the one that causes me the most grief in my own life. So what am exactly am I talking about? I am talking about another spin on the word content in our tagline.   As a culture we are used to feeling pressure to constantly acquire the newest...

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Living Content, Part II

This is the second installment of my posts pressing into the slogan that guides this small slice of the internet. We have tagged ourselves as being a media source that proclaims “Living Content”. I spent the first post talking about what the word living meant to me (you can view it here). Today we are going to look closer at the word content. In churches and other Christian circles, the same words and phrases often make their way to the top. One of those is “you may be the only Bible some people will read” and as corny as...

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Living Content? What does that mean? Learn More

Living Content. That is the tagline of the site, but what does it mean? More importantly, what does it mean to you? What does it mean to me? It is something that has been gnawing at the back of my mind for over a year. I mean, it is the two words that sit in the header space of our Facebook page. It forms the hashtag we use for social media. It must mean something to this page and it must mean something to me as a person. If it is a banner I am going to raise over...

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Habits of Grace: It’s More Than Reading Your Bible

Habits of Grace Means More Than Reading Your Bible  We at Brave Daily have been kicking around some ideas of how we read and study the Bible and how we might grow as a community of writers. As a site that interprets life through a Christian lens, we want to make sure that we are applying Scripture to our own life. Some of us manage to stick to a more dedicated reading plan while others seem to meander our way through passages and hope that we remember to at least capture a verse this week. I would imagine that...

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Lessons From A Hospital Bed

At first, you may find this post and book dire and gloomy, but the fact of the matter is at some point we will all either find ourself in a hospital bed or staying at the bedside of someone. We can try to fight it, but we will eventually end up there. For that reason, I’m glad John Piper wrote this short book. When you are confined to the bed or a small room for countless days and nights, it is easy to lose faith in the God you serve. It is easy to allow your mind to wander to...

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