Category Archives: Your Big Moment

Your Big Moment: Part 6 – Surrender

God is the God who consistently uses evil to surprisingly serve a higher good. From Joseph, to Esther, to the cross, to the early church—a pattern emerges. If God is active in all of human history, you can choose which … Continue reading

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Your Big Moment: Part 5 – Me, Myself, and I

Of all the people we meet in Esther, Haman is the least attractive. He is completely devoted to himself. And yet before we dismiss him, it might be wise to take a closer look. Is there any possible way in … Continue reading

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Your Big Moment: Part 4 – Big Impact

Sometimes you just don’t know what hangs in the balance. Neither did Mordecai. But in a very real way, our actions today always leave a legacy. How would you live if you knew your actions today would leave a legacy … Continue reading

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Your Big Moment: Part 3 – Little Moments

In the story of Esther, we meet several key characters, all of whom will be remembered for something. What do you want to be remembered for? Contrary to what most people want to believe, your character in the little moments … Continue reading

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Your Big Moment: Part 2 – Getting Past Your Past

Both Mordecai and Esther had a painful past. Mordecai in captivity, and Esther was an orphan. What do you do with painful memories and a painful past? Should be consumed by our past and be held in bondage to it? … Continue reading

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