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Controversial and Thought-Provoking Articles for the Savvy Christian

Too Busy to Pray? Outsource!

Denise Miller Holmes | September 23, 2009

Savvy Article #0925
The old, wrinkled woman said to me, “Remember that if you ask us to pray for you, to also pray for yourself.”  Of course, I knew that. I may have been a young Christian, but even a ninny knows to pray for yourself while others are praying for you, right?
But that was the [...]

This is Killing Me! The Agonizing Effects of Shame vs. the Love of God

Denise Miller Holmes | September 14, 2009

Savvy Article #0924
Shame is a killer. It kills the heart, it kills the mind, it kills relationships, and it kills joy.
Of course, there is such a thing as healthy shame—the type of shame that leads us to sorrow and repentance. But, shame too often becomes toxic.

The Missing Ingredient to Happiness (a.k.a. Kay Day Slept Here)

Denise Miller Holmes | August 18, 2009

Savvy Article #0923
You will never find lasting happiness unless you find a certain ingredient in life. And neither will I.
Too much of what we do in this life leaves us empty. An activity may bring a temporary lift in spirits, but, like the classic taste of Cheetos, one Cheeto gives a burst of flavor, then [...]

Evil Books I’ve Read #2, “Being Zen,” and Its Comparison to “The Lost Art of Practicing His Presence”

Denise Miller Holmes | July 13, 2009

Savvy Article#0919
There’s been some ongoing controversy about the latest thing in Christian living: contemplative prayer. I say this as if it’s a fad, but it is at least a new practice that more and more are learning to do.
Ultra-conservative Christians, however, are not thrilled about this type of prayer gaining in popularity. Contemplative prayer, they [...]

Lust for Rewards: My “Cocaine” Habit

Denise Miller Holmes | July 6, 2009

Savvy Article #0918
Poor, sad, drooly Pavlov’s dog. He lusted for rewards. All you had to do was ring a bell and the poor boy’s body called forth all manner of physical reaction, and his brain focused entirely on the next bite of food.
Didn’t that dog know his reward comes from God, not from food? [...]

Beating Yourself Up: Humility or Idolatry?

Denise Miller Holmes | March 31, 2009

Savvy Article #0907
In our weakness, He is strong. In our inaction, He is forgotten.
Sometimes, in assessing myself, I run into a wad of insecurities. I have been experiencing this recently as I try to branch out and do new things. It’s as if everything inside is betting I’ll fail. You have no skill for that [...]

The Money Challenge: Too Much or Too Little?

Denise Miller Holmes | March 16, 2009

Savvy Article #0905
Arguments reigned whenever a certain pastor and his wife brought up the subject of wealth.  They were adamant that any Christian who was rich was materialistic.  We disagreed.

Hearing God’s Voice (a.k.a. God’s Potty Talk)

Denise Miller Holmes | March 1, 2009

Savvy Article #0903
Lightning and earthquakes, a throne in the heavens: God always seems so lofty in Scriptures. In my early walk with God, even when I read that Jesus didn’t take showers and slept with a rock for a pillow, that he ate fish for breakfast and had nowhere to live, that his feet were [...]

Only Nut-Jobs Obey God–Part III: God is Not Crazy

Denise Miller Holmes | February 10, 2009

Savvy Article #0901
Assumptions can kill you.  Take, for instance, the assumption that if someone loves you, they will be kind.
There I was climbing the stairs, on my way to see someone who I anticipated would be very, very angry with me.  The phone call I’d had with Amelia* had telegraphed that something was very wrong. [...]

Only Nut-Jobs Obey God — Part II

Denise Miller Holmes | December 9, 2008

Savvy Article #0805
Abraham was a nut-job. Or, at least he was according to the principles discussed in my last blog.  In that blog, I left the reader waiting for me to walk into a room where a human tigress was ready to pounce and devour me; I also left you with the shoes that God [...]