Christian. Husband. Father-Grandfather. Author. Cancer-Fighter. Cancer-Journalist.
PASTOR. AUTHOR. SPEAKER.
Timothy M. Shorey
As is clear from my site name, I am well-aware that I am nowhere near young anymore. But though I am 64, and am seriously ill with Stage Four cancer and a grim prognosis, I believe God still wants me to share what he has taught me over the past six and a half decades of life…
Tim aims to make every truth transformative and every story connect to the truth.
– Jeffrey S. Black
A focused and helpful plea for greater listening and learning in all our relationships.
– Ruth Naomi Floyd
Expertly crafted, this rich biblical treatment of relational and racial unity is a blessing.
– Diane Hunt
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His Way with Words
Power in Weakness
Do you have your go-to parts of God’s Word? I do. For comfort, there’s Isaiah 40. For identity in Jesus, there’s Ephesians 1–3. To see Christ’s majesty, there’s Hebrews 1. For a heavenly hug, there’s Romans 8:28–39. For a reminder of who wins, there’s Revelation...
Job’s Groan for Justice
“From out of the city the dying groan, and the soul of the wounded cries for help; yet God charges no one with wrong” (Job 24:12). Job’s complaint reflects what is often our perception of life in this fallen world. People groan and cry for help as they are truly...
Nakushi No More: How Christ Changes Our Name
In certain parts of India, many girls have been given the name Nakushi. It’s a name some parents gave newborn girls when they were hoping for a boy instead. Local superstitions say that if parents name their daughter Nakushi, they will reverse the girl-curse, and...