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Three Reasons You Need To Read The Prophets

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Once in a while, in my Bible reading, I get tired of visiting New Testament books. And that’s okay; there’s a wealth of truth and perspective to be found in the Old Testament, too. Lately, I’ve been reading the book of Ezekiel. In addition to being one of the most explicit books in the Bible, it’s also chock-full of all…

Your Kids Don’t Need You…

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Your Kids Don’t Need You… Brandee and I always dreamed of having kids.  Even when we were kids, one of our greatest ambitions was to become parents.  Well, you know, independently… we didn’t know each other when we were kids.  But hey isn’t it convenient that we eventually did meet each other?  For most of us when we get married,…

Means To The Great End

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I am probably not alone when I say that if I don’t feel like reading my Bible or praying, I tend to avoid it. Because of that statement, I want to dedicate a post to spiritual disciplines, although I will be the first to admit that lately I find myself more consistently drawn to my own wants like watching Netflix…

Reflecting God to our Kids

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Being a dad is one of the most incredible things I have ever experienced. I mean I love it. I love being a parent. However, what is challenging is that we don’t get a manual with a list of instructions of proper care and maintenance for our children. With that said, what is our role of parents. For Christians, it…