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March 2018

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How To Talk Like God

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Moses was dead and the Israelites needed a leader. Joshua must’ve been shaking at the thought of trying to fill the great leader’s sandals, but God assured him of His presence. He then commanded Joshua: “Be strong and courageous” (Joshua 1:8). God repeated this command to Joshua and we know two things: Joshua listened. There […]

Friday

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March 2018

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Dancing in No Man’s Land

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I’d never dreamt of writing a book until I felt one of the most noticeable nudges by God in my life. As you well know, I’m a time-strapped preacher with four kids, but I committed to studying and writing every Thursday morning. So I did. Little by little. For 4 ½ years. I’ve wanted to […]

Friday

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January 2018

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The 3-Pronged Justice of Psalms

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I think of Blackbox International when I read the Psalms. Blackbox exists to help boys who’ve been rescued out of sex-trafficking. I’ve been horrified to learn about the unimaginable abuse that takes place, and I’ve caught glimpses of the darkness in the souls of those perpetrating this evil. But I’ve also seen God’s care for […]

Tuesday

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December 2017

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My Favorite Books of 2017

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It’s fun to reflect back on what books I read this past year, so I thought I’d share my favorites from several different genres. This year was especially fun because I read the books of several authors I know. I hope you’ll read some great books in 2018. As my English teacher used to say, […]

Sunday

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December 2017

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Christmas Chain: A Holiday Plan to Pray

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We were looking for a fresh devotional plan this Christmas and decided to create a simple, kid-friendly and meaningful one for our family. We wanted to emphasize both Scripture and prayer. We borrowed some good ideas from others. Adapt this for you and your family too. The shepherds were on the low rung of the […]