Confessions of a Closet Christian: Why Do Millennials Feel Entitled?

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[display_podcast] When I hear the word entitlement, I think of someone who through no fault of his own was born into luxury.  Like the King of France. Entitlement is defined in the dictionary as the fact of having a right to something. But when I think of who I am when I'm fighting traffic among hundreds of other vehicles, each with at least one other person in them, I'm humbled by how small and insignificant I am. I wasn't born into good breeding by French Revolutionary standards. No one … [Read more...]

Ouxano 66: 1 Samuel, part 13 – The Waiting Is The Hardest Part

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[display_podcast] When we last left Saul and his son, Jonathan, the Israelite army was under-manned, out-gunned and full of fear. So much, that the soldiers ran and were hiding behind rocks and in wells. They had lost hope. This, week, we pick up the story in 1 Samuel 8:8 Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. Saul realized that his troops were rapidly slipping away. 9 So he demanded, “Bring me the burnt offering and the … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 48: Living From the Heart – Really Knowing Him!

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[display_podcast] I am constantly amazed at the fact that when I am in the beauty of the outside how very close to Jesus I feel.  He woos me, courts me, and wins me over every time as I ponder Him while walking.  In the beauty of His holiness, in the presence of His creation He meets me there.  His splendor is always there when I open my heart to His presence.The first way to really know Him is in the beauty of your surroundings…notice it, ponder it, lean into it.  He is speaking.  The ke … [Read more...]

E3 Expedition Podcast 6: God Answering Prayers In India, Cuba & the U.S.

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[display_podcast] Bryan was only 12-years-old when God put it on his heart to go to India and Bangladesh… all by himself, without his parents!  Here’s his story:I actually got sick for a few days, so I had to stay in the hotel and rest while the rest of the team went out to the nearby villages to spread God’s word.  While I was sick, I spent a lot of time praying for each person on our team as they were out sharing.  We’d write down each person’s name and then go through the Bible, praying f … [Read more...]

Confessions Of A Closet Christian: What Makes Us Narcissistic?

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[display_podcast] When I hear the word narcissist, I think of something other worldly and extreme – like the greek myth that narcissism is derived from.  It’s easy to write narcism off as something only ancient greek youths wrestled with. When I’m taking communion on the first Sunday of the month, I’m distracted from what the definition of communion is – doing something together as one body, united with each other and united with Christ, remembering what Christ did for us.  I usually don’t cons … [Read more...]

Blending Your StepFamily 44: Wisdom From A Six-Year-Old

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[display_podcast] Welcome to Blending Your Stepfamily!  YOU are the reason I am here.  I love your family, I understand the “differentness” of a step family and I really want your family to come to a place where everyone knows where they fit.  Stepfamilies have to negotiate and renegotiate their relationships.  And success is felt when the family members come to acceptance of those relationships.  You may never have the same bond or love with your stepchild as your own child but when you come to … [Read more...]


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