Author Archives: Trevor Cox

About Trevor Cox

Jesus-Follower, Father, Husband, Friend, and I also spend some time working on my PhD

These Are a Few of My Favorite Books

I don’t know about you, but I think this is such a fun exercise. I love reading other people’s journeys and how books have influenced them. But picking my own favorites is challenging and rewarding. Even if you don’t post … Continue reading

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The Sacred Margins Collective Favorites

Today we are going through the influential books the three of us have in common. Since so much of our growth as happened together, we have a lot different books either two of us or all of us have found compelling. … Continue reading

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10 Most Influential Books Challenge Week

We decided to change it up on the blog for the week. Many of you may have seen the book challenge going around Facebook right now. When someone tags you, you are supposed to list the top ten most influential … Continue reading

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Do I Understand Jesus Any Better Than Peter?

I think Peter often gets a bad rap. Actually, let me correct that. I think we are accurate in our observations of Peter missing them point. I just think we often critique him while setting ourselves apart from him. In … Continue reading

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The Mighty Women of the Exodus and Our Response to God’s Character

What I have always found as one of the most stunning verses about the nature of God occurs as the Exodus narrative begins. It is the verse where God hears the cries of the people of Israel and moves into … Continue reading

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Ordinary Days: Who Do You Say I Am?

It is perhaps one of the most important questions a person can ask themselves. Tozer said that what we think about God is the most important thing about us. I couldn’t agree more. Because who we say God is determines … Continue reading

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For and Against: Getting Mad at Jesus

The three of us had a conversation a couple of weeks ago about how there are times when we are sad to be a part of the Christian blog world. The last few weeks have been filled with all sorts of … Continue reading

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