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Rowing without Oars

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series The Call of God

Our greatest struggle as Christians isn’t knowing what God desires of us; it is choosing to be obedient to God and His will for our lives. Continue reading

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Thinking Clearly About Your Problems

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Clear Thinking

…In the year 2005 you will go through some dark days, days where you haven’t the slightest idea where you’re headed, no idea where you’re going. You feel like you’re in a fog, in the dark. And you can’t figure out what to do next. What do you do in those kinds of days? How do you get through those kinds of problems? Continue reading

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The Case for Focus

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Authentic Christianity

What did Jesus mean by loving God with all your mind? I believe that the mind is the connection between the heart (loving God with all your heart and soul) and the body (which is loving God with all your strength and loving your neighbor). I believe it is in the battleground of the mind where authenticity either blossoms or dies. Continue reading

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