Yearly Archives: 2012

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    Darkness and Light

    (This is a guest blog written by my bride and true companion.  Sending Christmas joy from our home to yours). I realized this morning perhaps why I felt moved to write our letter this week in particular, which turns out to be the last week before our clocks “fall back,” the final week of waking...

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    Unity Trumps Disunity

    The last month has been one of the best months of our 12-year marriage that I can remember.  And the holy part is that it had nothing to do with circumstances. It wasn’t because of a week in Hawaii, a $10,000 check arriving unexpectedly in the mail, or any other outside change. It’s the result...

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    Free Audio Teaching – Sonship: Receiving God as Father

    In this season of giving…we’re giving away a free cd of our “Sonship: Receiving God as Father” audio teaching for a limited time (4.95 shipping not included). Click here to request. My journey of sonship began in a Walmart parking lot six years ago. It was the second great conversion of my life. My son was...

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    Wholehearted – Proverbs from the 2012 Intensive – Volume VII

    heart/härt/ n. The vital center and source of one’s being; The repository of one’s deepest and sincerest feelings and beliefs; The truest you. The recovery of your whole heart is always available. No matter how lost you think it is, or parts of it are. You can always get them back if you invite Christ...

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    What Did You Believe When You Woke Up This Morning?

      “Perspective is central.  What you believe about this decade will be the primary factor in shaping what this decade becomes.” What we believe in our core assumptions shapes everything. If we believe we are entitled to things, if we believe we “should” be in charge, calling the shots and answering to no one, then...

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    Off the Grid

    It was one the best weekends I can remember having in quite a while. And I am convinced this is the reason: I turned off the smart phone and went off the grid for two days. I was available to three people: my wife and my two kids.  My world shrunk, if only for moments....

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