could it be that God created us – our generation – for such a time as this? Every generation faces crises and turmoil, ours is not the exception. In chaotic times every generation has its heroes who understood the times and knew what to do.
Well it is, after all, 2020. The year that everything seems controversial. It doesn’t matter what subject you choose to discuss; someone will vehemently take an opposing view.
By Mark Harris While we cannot see them, radio waves are all around us. We know they are there because we can turn on a radio, and those waves are captured and turned into sound that we can understand. Similarly, God’s presence is all around us. Luke 17:21 teaches us that “the kingdom of God […]
by Mark Harris this is a continuation of the CEO article in our newsletter, to subscribe to our newsletter, CLICK HERE. COVID-19 has brought the tension between our dual citizenship to the forefront. As citizens of the United States, we are commanded in the Bible to submit to the civil government. This is found in […]
It is very subtle, but there is a big difference between being successful and being fruitful. The difference for me was that success was focused on my ability, skill and discipline to accomplish my goals. Fruitfulness is focused on allowing God to produce good things through me rather than doing them myself.
In a conversation about the condition of our city and country, a person I was talking with was building the case that it must be relatively easy to be the CEO of 4Tucson and how fortunate I was to be in that position. He said, “4Tucson is having a significant impact in our city. I […]
Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift! (2 Corinthians 9:15) It is the Christmas season again. This time of year always causes me pause. I am amazed at the most wonderful gift ever given--the gift of Jesus. Through this gift we receive forgiveness of sin and eternal life. When we stop to think about […]
Whether it is the confusion surrounding the founding of America, the efforts to remove memorials or the lessons learned from our national struggles, the racial turmoil in the streets and on university campuses, the argument around whether capitalism or socialism is the most equitable economic model, Americans have historically argued and eventually corrected the excesses […]
By Mark Harris In the book, Chase the Lion, Mark Batterson posed an interesting question. “At the end of your life, what will be your greatest regret?” He asked, “Will it be God-ordained opportunities you left on the table? Will it be God-given passions you didn’t pursue? Will it be God-sized dreams you didn’t go […]