Author Archives: Trevor Cox

About Trevor Cox

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

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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Walking on Water: Faith Vs. Certainty

I got to speak at Allen’s church this past week over the story in Matthew 14, so here are some thoughts based on that talk and what I learned from the wonderful people I got to discuss this passage with. … Continue reading

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Ordinary Days: The Nature of Faith

Ordinary Days become a good time to explore words whose familiarity has made us unfamiliar with their true nature. We get so used to the rhetoric of Christianity, that often the very words at the core of following Jesus lose … Continue reading

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The Small and (In)Efficient Work of a Kingdom

If you read Chris’ introduction post, you can quickly see the military and political ties which go along with the idea of the Kingdom of God. A kingdom carries with it a particular rule, a particular way of doing things, a … Continue reading

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Ordinary Days: The Kingdom of God Round 2

This week, we wanted to spend some more time exploring the Kingdom of God. This is a topic we could spend a year on and still not exhaust, and it is a vital topic to what it means to be … Continue reading

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