Kurt Bubna

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Ten Lessons Learned in Lockdown

By KurtBubna | May 25, 2020

I was on the phone with a pastor friend who asked, “How is it we never saw this coming? And why wasn’t the Church better prepared?”   I didn’t have a good answer. However, I know that though we’ve never been here before, God is teaching us a lot. In fact, I am grateful for the […]

A Different Pandemic

By KurtBubna | May 17, 2020

A virus can kill, and obviously, it is a serious problem, but this is not about that. This post is about another sobering issue that is harming the souls of many.   Over the past few years, I’ve noticed a dramatic increase in suspicious, skeptical scorn among many. The rise of cynicism is undeniable and dramatic. I […]

The Problem with Comparison

By KurtBubna | May 10, 2020

Most of us struggle with comparing ourselves to others. We did it as kids, we did it as teens, and we’re still doing it way too often as adults.   How cool is my car compared to yours?   How beautiful is my house (or at least my yard) compared to the neighbors’?   How […]

Opinions Are Like . . . (But Isn’t Mine Right?)

By KurtBubna | May 3, 2020

You have an opinion. I have an opinion. Good. Great. Got it! But we fail relationally—and miserably so—when we use our convictions as an assault weapon against another human being.

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