Category Archive: Spiritual Growth

God’s Therapy

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She was an art therapist; I discovered that in our first session. Sandy didn’t do a whole lot of praying, or give me scripture to study. She did however, give me art assignments,… Continue reading

The Perfect Pace is the Perfect Place

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Heart rendezvous with God are appointments I endeavor to keep. I’ve stumbled into my fair share, largely gaining clarity in hindsight. I’m thankful for the times that I am hearing his voice in… Continue reading

A King and a Servant

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It takes at least two people to create this duo, or can one person fulfill both roles? In the natural realm, kings are not servants; they have servants. Servants are not kings; they serve… Continue reading

The Narrow Path

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When I first committed my life to Christ forty years ago, my friends were shocked at my transformation. They found it hard to believe that I could live without all of the pleasurable… Continue reading

Fathers in the Gospel

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I was fathered by a man my own age, in the Gospel that is. He led me to saving faith in Christ, spent a few months helping me get into the Christian disciplines,… Continue reading

A Different Gospel

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It was less than twenty years from its inception when the early church came into contention with a “different” gospel. The Apostle Paul expressed it like this: “I am astonished that you are… Continue reading

New Beginnings

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I was “almost” a New Year’s baby. Mom told me I was born shortly after midnight on January 2nd. Hence the new year for me is a time of “double reflection” – the… Continue reading

“Here Am I. Send Me.”

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In the Book of Isaiah, chapter six, we find a jewel in the collection of God calling/man responding accounts. Isaiah heard the voice of the Lord: “Whom shall I send, and who will… Continue reading

Like-Minded Sent Ones

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“I trust in the Lord Jesus to send Timothy to you shortly…For I have no one like-minded…all seek their own, not the things which are of Christ Jesus. But you know his proven… Continue reading

The Other Four Stones

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“We will not sit down until he arrives.”  He knew there was a king amongst the sons of Jesse and there was only one that had not yet passed beneath his keen eye.… Continue reading