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Bible Archive

Wednesday

24

August 2016

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COMMENTS

2 words that changed my life

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The difference between doing something really good in this world and doing nothing at all can be razor thin. I met a family who visited our church on Easter Sunday. The mom’s car had broken down, so she called a taxi to bring her kids and a friend with her. When I met her kids, […]

Friday

12

August 2016

2

COMMENTS

Just Obey, Stupid

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In the midst of making something way too complex, you’ve probably been told, “KISS: Keep It Simple Stupid.” Something similar ought be said to those refusing to obey God’s simple commands. Naaman was a valiant military leader, but II Kings tells of his leprosy. There was no cure, so imagine his emotions when he hears […]

Wednesday

23

September 2015

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Coming near you?

Written by , Posted in Blog, Your Family

I’m thrilled about several upcoming opportunities to teach and equip parents to lead their families, and to speak to church leaders about ways the church can partner with parents. Some of the events are down the road, and some still haven’t released full details, so I’ll post updates when I get them. 4-Week Workshop | […]

Wednesday

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August 2015

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Monday

27

July 2015

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When God Said, “Quit Your Crying!”

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The prophet Samuel anointed Saul as king, mentored him, prayed for him and served with him. Saul wore the crown humbly and honorably for a while, but the longer he wore it, the more it wore him. He grew paranoid and prideful, so God rejected him as king. Samuel was devastated. His nation faced an […]