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Write God Your Letter of Excuse

Determining God’s will is a challenging endeavor.  Ascertaining whether your potential leading is self-inflicted or divinely-prompted is a serious task.

Oftentimes, we have a hunch about a direction but we stop cold in our tracks.  Either the challenge seems too daunting or our inabilities are too obvious for us to proceed.  Feeling led to do one thing, we resist the urge and come up with numerous excuses of why we shouldn’t continue.

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The Disciple’s Job Description

As the crowds increased around Jesus, He intentionally drew closer to fewer people as He appointed twelve disciples to be His apostles. As Jesus called the original Twelve to specific tasks, He calls us to follow Him in the same way today.

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Weekly Wisdom [07.06.18]

Need some Weekly Wisdom?  Here are my favorite resources of the week.


no longer as a bondservant but more than a bondservant, as a beloved brother—especially to me, but how much more to you, both in the flesh and in the Lord [Philemon 1:16].

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Chapter Listing for New Marriage Book

I am still working on the edits on a new book on marriage.  It is titled, What God Has Joined Together.  The book focuses on 31 short chapters of specific issues that attempt to separate a marriage.

My prayer is that these specific chapters will help strengthen and protect marriages.  One of the most difficult things about this project was coming up with the list of needed chapters.  What do you include?  What do you leave out?

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God’s Plan for Your Family

God’s plan for your family is not complex.  We make it that way, but it is truly simple.  This is the plan:

God wants to reconcile the world to Himself through Christ-following parents who disciple their own children to multiply gospel transformation to all people.     

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