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Three Keys When Confronting Someone

If you had the opportunity to confront a person about a mistake they made, how would you go about it? What are a few key things you should consider when facing a friend with their problem? May I suggest three vital ideas that you must… Continue Reading …

I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar: Thoughts on Feminism

A person’s experience can be so powerful and painful that it discolors how they see life, even how they interpret God’s Word. Being blind to your blindness is the worst kind of blindness, which is where the feminist culture is today. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …

Husband, How Is Your Wife Doing?

Your wife is a reflection of you, your skill, and your leadership style. Though she is responsible for her Christian maturity, don’t underestimate your influence on her life. Listen to the podcast Your assessment of her is, to some degree, an evaluation of your leadership.… Continue Reading …

Day 23 – Teen Devotion: The First Step Before You Start

You’re old enough to be disappointed by people. You’re old enough to disciple people, which I talked about in the last devotion. If your disappointment in people is more controlling than your desire to help them, you will not be a good disciple-maker. Listen to… Continue Reading …

All Your Soul Care Activity Is “Speck Fishing”

How you think about others will determine the quality of the soul care that you will provide to them. One of the most important keys to remember when it comes to discipleship is that all your care falls within the parameters of speck fishing. Listen… Continue Reading …

When You Get Angry, Do You See Yourself Correctly?

Anger is a universal problem. Everybody does it. For many people, it’s the most recurring sin pattern in their lives. It’s easier to be harsh than kind, to uncharitably judge than think the best, to shut people down rather than build them up. The number… Continue Reading …