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The Weapons of Our Warfare Pt. 3 – The Armor We Live In

In parts 1 & 2 I talked about the enemy’s domain and his activities. Now it’s time to talk about why I did this teaching in the first place. Honestly, I wanted to show that our victory in the battles the enemy engages us… Continue Reading “The Weapons of Our Warfare Pt. 3 – The Armor We Live In”

The Weapons of Warfare – Pt. 2 – The Enemy’s Activity

In my last post I talked about the enemy’s domain. This time, we’re going to look at a short list of what he does in that domain. Again, I’m simply going to lay out scriptures, giving a few thoughts along the way, but my… Continue Reading “The Weapons of Warfare – Pt. 2 – The Enemy’s Activity”

Covid, Revival, and the gaze of the church

It was Wednesday morning, August 19th, and I woke up with a headache and feeling like I had a chest cold. By the next day, it felt like full-on flu, but unlike any flu I had ever had. On Friday I got tested and… Continue Reading “Covid, Revival, and the gaze of the church”

the lie behind ‘you are enough’

I’ve written about this topic before, more than once. Just stating upfront that I am aware that this is not the first time I’ve brought it up in our conversations. I didn’t forget and you can stop trying to spell d-e-m-e-n-t-i-a in your head.… Continue Reading “the lie behind ‘you are enough’”

this pandemic: finding what is true

Pandemic. Something (a disease) that is prevalent over a whole country, or the whole earth. Maybe you’re thinking the title to this post says that I don’t believe there is a real pandemic going on. That would be untrue. I 100% believe that Covid-19… Continue Reading “this pandemic: finding what is true”

carpe diem, church

This past Tuesday at Lifegroup we did a little digging in that first chapter of Acts. “While He was together with them, He commanded them not to leave Jerusalem, but to wait for the Father’s promise…So when they had come together, they asked Him, “Lord,… Continue Reading “carpe diem, church”

top 3 list, but bottom line, read the bible. find God.

In my previous post I talked about the top 3 reasons Christians aren’t reading the Bible. This time, I’m giving my top 3 scriptural reasons why Christians need to read the Bible. You have been created with purpose, and there are good works that… Continue Reading “top 3 list, but bottom line, read the bible. find God.”

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