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October 18, 2018

The Absolute Necessity of Feeling God’s Love

I grew up believing in God and trying to be obedient to His commandments. As I struggled through the circumstances of life I eventually realized that I was missing something important—the constant feeling that God loves me. There is a critical difference between the intellectual idea that God loves me and the deeper emotional knowing that comes when I feel His love.

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I Will Lay the Gavel Down: Subduing the Pharisee in Me

Many of my closest friends are unaware of my secret career as a self-appointed judge (though a few people may have had their suspicions). I never bothered with all the time and expense of earning a law degree, passing the bar exam, or obtaining a judgeship through traditional means. For me, judging seemed to come naturally. I just assumed I knew enough about everyone around me to make judgments about them. But then something changed.

Do You Really Minister Like a Shepherd?

There’s another way to shepherd—I learned it on the sheer cliffs of Norway.

Oral History: The Easiest, Most Rewarding Way to Finish a Life Story

There is something powerful about voice. I bet any of us can think of at least one person we would give anything to hear again. I know I can. There is a realness that comes from a voice that can’t be captured in any other way. So, why else record an oral history? We have four simple, yet vital reasons to set a date to get started today.

Breaking News

I Will Lay the Gavel Down: Subduing the Pharisee in Me

Many of my closest friends are unaware of my secret career as a self-appointed judge (though a few people may have had their suspicions). I never bothered with all the time and expense of earning a law degree, passing the bar exam, or obtaining a judgeship through traditional means. For me, judging seemed to come naturally. I just assumed I knew enough about everyone around me to make judgments about them. But then something changed.

Do You Really Minister Like a Shepherd?

There’s another way to shepherd—I learned it on the sheer cliffs of Norway.

Oral History: The Easiest, Most Rewarding Way to Finish a Life Story

There is something powerful about voice. I bet any of us can think of at least one person we would give anything to hear again. I know I can. There is a realness that comes from a voice that can’t be captured in any other way. So, why else record an oral history? We have four simple, yet vital reasons to set a date to get started today.

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