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  1. February 17, 2014

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    • February 17, 2014


      Hey Holly! Thanks for the suggestion. I will definitely have to check it out. Thanks for reading!

  2. February 19, 2014

    Thanks for this series, seo is where i really struggle! When i post in my blog I insert showcases for my images, which make photo uploads a lot easier. However in doing this, I don’t see a place to tag anything. How would I go about doing this? Also, if I am posting images of people, what would you suggest you tag….my location, my website? Thanks so much!

    • February 19, 2014

      @Jasmyn Anderson

      Hi jasmyn I’m not sure sure I follow “showcases.” No matter how you upload there should be a way for you to get in and alt tag the image. What client do you use for your site? WordPress?

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  3. February 24, 2014

    I think part of this issue is how the word “legalism” is used. People often use the word in various and distinct ways. And the word doesn’t occur in scripture, so there’s not some Biblical definition of legalism that’s binding on all of our uses or something. So this variety of use is often legitimate and various uses often have scriptural support, even if they differ. But one does well to ask what one means by “legalism” when it’s used. Some mean “justification by works”–although all orthodox churches reject this, this seems to be an innate thing within all sinners and therefore “indiscriminate” as you would say. This sense of earning God’s grace by our effort… –also indiscriminate among all sinners. But, if by legalism we mean a certain corporate doctrinization of certain man-made rules (cf. Matthew 15), then I might want to make the case that this specific form of legalism tends to show up in some parts of Christianity more than others (i.e., less indiscriminate). –One case being fundamentalism. I guess I’m afraid of falling into this trap: If everyone’s a legalist, than it may appear that no one is actually a legalist; and no one is liable to a special critique for a problem that’s somewhat particular to them. I see what you’re saying. And I agree. But I think when we look at different ways that “legalism” can be used, it can be particularized. So, think of this comment as supplementary. 🙂

  4. February 24, 2014

    Great post 🙂 And I thought a “certain corporate doctrinization of man-made rules” had another name. A friend of mine told me about “nomism” (I think that’s what it was called at least) where instead of trying to work for salvation because we know that’s impossible, it’s this sense that my works can merit God’s approval of me and that’s why I work so hard. Could that be what Kirk is talking about?

    • February 25, 2014


      “Nomism” would come from the Greek word nomos, which means law. So, “law-ism” v. “legal-ism.” I think we’re splitting hairs here.

      Like I said, we don’t have a universal code for how to use these terms. So, I think we need to recognize HOW the words are used and recognize the diversity there.

      As such, although I agree with David that a certain generic sense of legalism is common to all, I think legalism can take many forms that are more particular to some than others. And these “types” of legalism are reflected in the various ways people use the word.

      David, I’d be interested to see what you think.

      • February 26, 2014

        @Kirk E. Miller

        Sorry for how long it has taken me to reply… I had another post that blew up and was working on answering people over there.

        I may have done well to define legalism at the outset, but I think most people catch the vibe I’m going for based on the examples I give. There are really two types of legalism (i.e- attempts to get to God apart from Gospel– maybe that’s the definition that you’re looking for). The first type is to get in good with God by keeping the rules and the second type is to “get to God” by becoming god.

        That is why I said in the post that we are all legalists in some sense. The Roman pagans and the Jewish religious crowd each attempted to get to God apart from Jesus.

        So, I think legalism could mean any of the things mentioned in this thread. There is some elasticity to the word as Kirk has said and so justification by works or sanctification by works apart from grace are both in play here.

        • February 26, 2014

          @David D Morse

          I think see what you saying.

          But I guess what I’m afraid of is making legalism into merely a “heart” matter, merely something internal. And therefore, according to this view, it wouldn’t really matter if we establish a bunch of rules and such, because that’s not legalism necessarily. Legalism is a heart thing, so it is said. The rules are just for practical purposes; and one can view these rules legalistically or un-legalistically. The issue isn’t the rules but the heart. So, this sort of thought gives people a pass to maintain a set of rules that might otherwise rightly be called “legalism.”

          But what I see in Matthew 15 is Jesus not just condemning legalism as a heart issue, as if the external rules don’t matter; and what matters is just how one internally responds to them, uses them, views them, etc. No, he is also condemning the setting up of these rules itself.

          In sum, what I’m saying is that there seems to be a certain type of legalism (corresponding to a certain way people use the word as opposed to other ways it is used) that is particular (less indiscriminate). And this is treating man-made rules and God given rules. This may be a manifestation of a generic indiscriminate legalism. But I don’t think we see this specific FORM of legalism universally in everyone equally. I want to be careful not to flatten our sense of legalism so that, as I said early, if everyone’s a legalist than no one’s a legalist–using “legalist” in this particular sense of the word.

  5. February 25, 2014

    Thank you. Unfortunately I followed every step and when I click on Save, it does have the tab but it is with another graphic (i think the apps graphic) and says Welcome instead of what I had named it. It does link. But the graphic isn’t working. 🙁

    • February 25, 2014


      Miriam, send me your page link and I’ll take a look. I’m not sure what the problem would be. I think you may have just got a bad gateway. Maybe uninstall the tab/app and start over.

    • February 25, 2014


      Miriam mine did the same. Just hover your pointer over the app button….then click the little edit button in the top right corner, then click edit settings. You can then change/upload your image. The button/link worked fine, I just had to do this to replace the pic.
      Thanks for the tutorial David, you made it very easy!

      • February 25, 2014


        Thanks for being helpful Tim. Miriam let me know if that worked. I’m happy to explain further if you still need help.

        • February 25, 2014

          @David D Morse

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    • February 25, 2014


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    • February 25, 2014


      Same exact thing is happening to me!

      • February 25, 2014


        Melissa, Not sure what the problem is, but if you uninstall and try again it should work. Also, Tim’s explanation is a good one. See above.

  6. February 25, 2014

    Miriam mine did the same. Just hover your pointer over the app button….then click the little edit button in the top right corner, then click edit settings. You can then change/upload your image. The button/link worked fine, I just had to do this to replace the pic.
    Thanks for the tutorial David, you made it very easy!

  7. February 25, 2014

    How do we make the tabs show up where we want them?

    • February 25, 2014

      @Mariann Asbury

      Mariann towards the end of the post I mention that you can reorder by clicking the arrow by the tab furthest to the right and then “swap with”

  8. February 25, 2014

    Thank you SO MUCH for this, David! I just added my tabs and LOVE the extra branded “touch” they add to my Facebook page!

    • February 25, 2014


      Great Anna! Way to go!

  9. February 25, 2014

    Nice post. Theology is always interesting. A lot of principles you would think would logically carry often don’t. And a lot of principles carry that you assume wouldn’t. Once we get used to the logic of the bible it does make sense. I suppose it is the noetic effects of sin and depravity that make us have such bad assumptions. In scripture we meet who we really are and find out that we are far more confused than we ever thought. It is sort of liberalizing to admit we are not as rational and do not live as rationally as we think.

    • March 4, 2014


      I agree Danny. God set up a world that makes sense. We like to take short cuts and that sometimes messes us up. It’s evident when we get to a verse like Titus above that exposed a fallacy.
      Thanks David for explaining this wonderfully. It’s an age old dilemma. People as early as Paul’s time struggled with it.
      It’s not grace vs. sin. It’s grace prevents sin.
      Bc grace means no written law, but a living one. Bc grace means Him. And He is set up Grace therefore joy in Him Himself. He means drive and power to not sin.
      Thanks again David!

  10. February 25, 2014

    My only concern is I am having a hard time uploading the image. It keeps saying, “The image you are trying to upload has invalid dimensions. Please change your image to match the required upload dimensions and try again.” It says the dimensions need to be 111×74 pixels and that is what I am exporting my image as through Lightroom and it still won’t work.

    • February 25, 2014

      @Sarah Foss

      That’s strange Sarah. I haven’t had anyone else tell me they’ve had that problem. Jpg format?

      • February 25, 2014

        @David D Morse

        Yes I have it under Jpg and 45KB, arrrgg.

  11. February 27, 2014

    Thanks David. Worked great.
    New fan of your blog too, and of your wife’s work.
    You two seem like amazing people…. God seems to be doing great things through you. Keep up the good work and the faith!!

    • February 27, 2014


      Thanks Karen. So glad it helped. Thank you for your kind words to us! It’s fun to have the opportunity to do what you enjoy. God is too good to us isn’t he!? Would love to have you subscribe if it would be profitable to you. – DDM

  12. March 3, 2014

    THANK YOU!! I have been looking for this exact info.. but hadn’t found it all in one place.. thanks for putting all this together, and making it easy to understand!! I’m a current Showiteer, but have been thinking of changing because of cost.. this helped me to decide what to do! 🙂

    • March 3, 2014


      Glad this helped you to make an informed decision!

  13. March 3, 2014

    I’ve really enjoyed reading through your posts (current and old) – thank you for sharing what you know, David!

    • March 3, 2014


      Thanks for your kindness autumn! If you want to you can subscribe as I continue to share my small bit of knowledge. 🙂

  14. March 3, 2014

    Thanks for the tip Dave! I was wondering if there’s any way to make them open in a new window (well technically, I’d want a new tab) so they’re not leaving my Facebook page altogether – just a new tab so they can go back & forth if they like.
    Thanks again 🙂

    • March 3, 2014


      I don’t think woobox gives any customization option for that. You would have to code your tab entirely on your own.

  15. March 17, 2014

    Wow David you nailed it!

    If I had to add #11 I’d say;
    It helps you remember. This is actually why I started a blog. I want a place to take notes I’d have available wherever I was. I liked the public format because it forced me to get my notes organized. Then I realized #1 was happening, it was making me think when I was taking notes and I would often figure stuff out mid sentence. I’ve certainly certainly experience each one of the other 9 as well. Wonderful article!

    • March 17, 2014

      @Mark Treen

      Mark! Great to hear from you again my friend. That is definitely a great point. Thanks for the addition! How long have you been blogging?

  16. March 17, 2014

    This is so interesting to me! I live in Seattle, and attend a small but growing 4-year old church plant (I found it on TGC’s directory). It’s not unrealistic to say that at least 90% of our members used to be at Mars Hill, including our preaching pastor. Many of our elders were elders at one time at Mars Hill, and even some of our worship leaders were once part of the bands. I also know a number of people at Mars Hill – although mainly the lesser known campuses of Shoreline and Ballard. I briefly attended MH-UDistrict when I first moved here, but moved on because I didn’t see it as a good fit for me as a church home. I wanted to be involved, but because I work most evenings, I wasn’t able to join a community group and there weren’t a lot of other options to plug into the church. I have been blessed by many of the podcasts and books that Driscoll has put out. But I know that a lot of my friends don’t even see Driscoll as their pastor; yes they sit under his preaching, but as far as their needs, etc, they have an actual relationship with their campus pastor or community group leader. Based on my experiences living here, with the people I know, MH is very dependent on its community groups; my friends rarely talk about the importance of Sunday worship as a church, but the study and community with their CG is often highlighted.

    I will say this, though: If you are a solid Christian in Seattle, you can probably play 6 degrees of separation between you and all the other solid Christians, mainly thanks to Mars Hill. It’s pretty cool to be able to talk to a new coworker about where she goes to church, find out it’s MH Ballard and realize you have a handful of acquaintances in common already. Or be at a party and always know people who know people. It’s very unifying for the body of Christ.

    • March 17, 2014


      Kate, thank you for your interaction on this topic. Your knowledgeable input is much appreciated. It seems that many of the things you highlighted are natural outflowings from a church of MH’s size. Not necessarily the healthiest in my opinion, but I could have expected it. I have been incredibly helped by Driscoll’s ministry (particularly books) so I am encouraged by this letter and do continue to pray for him as he ministers to the Pacific Northwest.

  17. March 17, 2014

    This is the most refreshing message that I’ve seen from Pastor Mark Driscoll in a long time! While searching for a church here in Southern CA to call home, I found several churches that were not MH affiliated, yet relied heavily on the teachings of MH. The reach of his influence is far and wide. While I think that a lot of his teachings are a great way to put a fire for Christianity under churches again, I am admittedly scared by the growth of the MH mega church and the radical ideas of Driscoll. I can’t recall anyone I know who has views and feelings as radical as him, which is why I think it’s tough to relate to him. Good idea to scale down and get back to basics.

    • March 17, 2014


      Hi Carly! Glad you could chime in. Just curious, what teachings of Driscoll do you find “radical?” Love your input!

      • March 29, 2014

        @David D Morse

        I’m not Carly, but my thoughts on Driscoll are similar.
        He’s crude, and I suspect that his popularity with 20 something year olds is due to the fact that he leans far from the uptight Christianity that many were raised under. His Edinburgh sermon on the Song of Solomon? Preached on a Sunday morning… I’m not yet 30, and I found it shocking.
        And to say that his theology is troubling would be an understatement, in my opinion: buy modafinil uk … Mark Driscoll, the Seer?
        I truly hope that he means what he has written in his letter. I don’t, however, believe that he is older/wiser spirit pastor material, as he writes that he would like to be. He’s too much of the “angry young” preacher, and it’s not a result of his age– it’s because that his personality, and I suspect, his ego.

        • March 29, 2014


          Thanks jaq. I appreciate your input. I truly do. I really believe that speculation on ones repentance does little good for the body and only time and fruit will tell. As for some of the shady doctrine like in the video you posted, I totally get it. I don’t necessarily agree with his theology to the t… But for the most part I do. All in all your statements are true though and it’s definitely necessary to think through.

  18. March 17, 2014

    The problem starts when you have a really BIG audience. Blogging starts to be a bit stressful then.
    Is it only my problem?

    • March 17, 2014


      I wouldn’t say that it is a problem unique to you. It is certainly more work to maintain a blog that has a consistently large following. I would just say remember to write for enjoyment first before worrying about the NEED to produce content. Your audience is following you for a reason, so don’t feel pressured to one up yourself every day. Just be consistent.

  19. March 17, 2014

    But, David, if you blog it obviously means you’re narcissistic and think you have all the answers.


    • March 17, 2014

      @Kirk Miller

      Very true. Cancelling my blog.

      • March 17, 2014

        @David D Morse

        I’m glad you listened to me.
        I have all the answers. Correction–I blog.

        • March 17, 2014

          @Kirk E. Miller

          Can I favorite comments? New feature. 🙂

  20. March 17, 2014

    I’m not sure what he is apologizing for exactly, but one thing I know, we can all make improvements towards sanctification. Will be interesting to see what happens next.

  21. March 19, 2014

    Hello – for some reason I can see the new added tabs as an admin, but when I log on as my husband to see if I can see the new tabs, I cannot. I’m not sure what to do or how to get back into the tabs I’ve added to make changes if needed. Can you help?

    • March 19, 2014

      @Christina B

      Hi Christina. I’m not sure why that would be happening. Did you arrange them so they show first in the list? Other than that I would have to take a look at the specific link.

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    • March 19, 2014

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    • March 21, 2014

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    • March 30, 2014

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      Mark, the kindest comment I have ever received.

    • March 30, 2014

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      • March 31, 2014

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  25. April 1, 2014

    I loved this article David. We’re on a mini 2 day vacation and I’ll make sure these black and white words make a difference right now. Thanks!

    • April 1, 2014

      @Mark Treen

      Enjoy your vacation! Such a great opportunity to reconnect with your spouse!

  26. April 1, 2014

    I feel like no matter how old you are you will never be ready, it’s just a journey on which you learn things along the way 🙂 and the best part you have your spouse right by your side the whole time 🙂

    • April 1, 2014


      Exactly. Two sinners in close proximity will never be ready to marry. The created order and purpose of marriage was effected at the Fall so that we now resist being dependent on another and serving our spouse. So thankful Christ is there to redeem our marriage daily!

  27. April 1, 2014

    Austin and I got a lot of ” you haven’t dated for very long, do you think you know each other well enough to get married?” That question annoyed me because I don’t think you’ll ever completely know someone, and by the time you do, they will have changed to being different than when you first met. Yes, you should be wise enough to let the relationship grow enough to see major faults exposed and decide if you’re willing to love the other person through them, but I get so annoyed with people who waste so many years of their lives dating, too afraid to commit because of petty or idealistic reasons. I just want to slap most of our generation across the face and say “most of your fears about marriage are actually the entire point of marriage – getting to know someone, growing through faults and sins, maturing in your commitment-keeping abilities, becoming the leader your wife needs, etc. ” and don’t even get me STARTED on dating couples who take “fasts” from each other to re prioritize and “see if we miss each other”. I want to slap them across the face and say “honestly, a good deal of marriage is literally making it work. It’s not all sunshine and roses, just make a commitment and stick to it.” People over think it and under commit. That’s just my rant. I enjoyed your post!

    • April 1, 2014

      @Meg Hoffman

      I like your rant Meg. Thanks for the comment!

  28. April 2, 2014

    Wow, so convicting! Thanks for sharing. I know a few months ago I was convicted of this and quite shocked how easily you can fall into spiritual gossip even when you are aware of it being unhealthy and sinful!

    • April 2, 2014

      @Lynn Smoliak

      So right Lynn! I can so easily fall into this and can point to specific instances in my life where I have done this and probably hurt others. Thankful for the forgiveness of Christ!

  29. April 2, 2014

    Although I am no where near getting ready to marry I found this very interesting and insightful. Im glad you have shared the ups and downs of what a real marriage is like in thoughts to try to help others.

    • April 3, 2014

      @Amanda brooks

      Glad it was helpful Amanda. Marriage is a beautiful journey, but any time two sinners are in close proximity there will always be ups and downs.

  30. April 17, 2014

    This unfortunately strikes me as a straw man spiel. I’ve never heard anyone say, “I’m all for talking about grace, but we can’t focus on it too much because it will lead to worldly living and being soft on sin.” I have heard people say that we shouldn’t take advantage of the grace of God by engaging in sinful activity simply because we’re under grace (interestingly, Paul says virtually the same thing in Romans 6:1-4).

    It’s important to remember that sanctification is twofold. First, the Christian is already viewed as sanctified, i.e. positional sanctification. Second, the practical process of sanctification is only accomplished as the believer yields himself (“his members” – Romans 6) to the control of the Holy Spirit.

    “Of course our growth depends on how much we do for God and how hard we are on sin, right?” Of course not. I don’t know anyone that would claim this, hence I consider it a straw man. Maybe you’ve heard it said, seen it written, etc. If so, referencing it would be helpful. Our growth depends on our yieldedness to the Holy Spirit (the rest of Romans 6). It is only as I am filled with the Holy Spirit (by yielding myself to him) that I produce the fruit of the Spirit.

    It goes without saying that I only yield by faith to the Holy Spirit by God’s grace for purposes of sanctification, just as it is only by God’s grace that I exercise faith unto justification.

    I find then, that sanctification is accomplished by God’s grace as I yield/sacrifice myself to God so that I can be transformed by the renewing of my mind and not conformed to this world (Rom 12:1-2).

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    • July 9, 2014


      Glad it was helpful Allie!

  33. July 9, 2014

    I love your site, it is visually appealing and already has an abundance of amazing content. Btw, thank you for posting your money stats in your other post, that is what brought me here. That is very helpful info. Anyway, congrats on already making money.

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    • July 9, 2014


      I plan to continue to share income reports, but unfortunately I am in the middle of a few life transitions that is taking away from my blogging. I try to post once a day but through my various social media outlets I do recycle old content. I will keep those ideas in mind as well moving forward. Now, to go take a look at your site! Excited!

  34. July 12, 2014

    Hi David,

    Great post. I’m enjoying reading your blog. Thought I’d follow you on ‘okdothis’ but can’t find you. Are you/your wife in there? I’m Christian, sing at Church, a photographer/designer living in Sydney.


    • September 15, 2014


      Hi Katherina,

      Sorry I missed your comment! Since writing this post I have since deleted my OKDoThis account simply because I don’t have the time to maintain it. I would love to follow you on instagram though! Find me @daviddmorse on IG/Twitter. What’s your handle? Thanks!

  35. August 24, 2014

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    • September 15, 2014



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    • October 16, 2014


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