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Living With Our Regret or Resting In God’s Glory

God knows what we want, and He might allow us to achieve them, just not how we expect it.

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3 Reasons Pastors Should Speak On Personal Weaknesses And Trials

Being real requires boldness, honesty, transparency, and vulnerability. Yet, it requires wisdom and discernment, especially with how far you go.

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Searching For More

I hope you will take an opportunity to purchase either or both books. Made For More and Searching For More are both available for .99 cents on Kindle. The paperback version of Made For More is $13.95 on Amazon or you can visit here: Made For More Discount and use promo code: RZ8W7HPF and receive $4.00 off the cost.

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The Tension Of Living in Pain, Yet Living In Peace

The pain of the world is real. The struggles of life will come and they will hit hard. In fact, they might tear you down emotionally and physically…”But take heart; (Christ has) overcome the world”!

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Trusting God and Walking in Faith

The stress might be real, but the hope that is revealed through the work to those who are lost and separated from christ, will make it all worth it.

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1 Reason to Boycott and 1 Reason Not To

The world needs to see disciples of Jesus standing for what is right, but not ignoring the command to love our enemies…

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Freedom and Happiness

We can all be captive in some way, but the only way we can be free is through the everlasting joy found in Jesus.

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REACHING

The pain of separation can be grafted together by reaching for the ultimate healer.

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Lent and Liberty

Giving something up is a way for a person to remember the sacrifice and anguish Christ went through prior to the resurrection. It may be a significantly smaller sacrifice, but it is still a sacrifice nonetheless.

Sacrificing something leads us to something greater than ourselves, which is far more important than doing an endurance challenge for 40 days.

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The Value of Resisting Payback

David lived to honor God. When given the opportunity to take judgment into his own hands, he stepped away and allowed God to be in authority, not his emotions.

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