Tag Archive: Blessing

A Perfect Pastor – Part 2

So how do we deal with our pastor being human? A funny thought I had this morning while meditating on this is that even though Jesus WAS perfect, there were a TON of people who viewed him in less than…
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Weighing the Fruit of Inconsistency

You have been called to a ministry of significance! I was recently reading the book of a pastor of a megachurch and he made the statement that being “on time” or “punctual” is simply not a priority to him. When…
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Kingdom Business

  …as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God. (Gal 5:21)   Studying the subject of the “Kingdom of God” has been a passion  of mine for a few…
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Living Free…

I haven’t been posting all of the chapters from the book in this blog, but this is an essential follow up chapter to chapter 13 (freedom) that was posted previously so I am posting this rough draft chapter for those…
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Video: What do you say to the man who tried to kill you…?

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlLiT79ockc] Aaron Davis, aka The Tattooed Preacher, shares his story about the day a man tried to kill him and the journey he took to forgive him… www.TattooPreacher.com

It Is NOT Over!

  It is NOT over!!!   Dec 31st 2010   I’m sitting in my living room listening to Ricardo Sanchez’s song, I Call Your Name playing silently on my Ipod which plays around the clock in my house and reflecting…
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Victim or Investor…You Choose

Because I have been following a direction from God (I believe) to “Document the Journey” of my life in this season, it seems many of these chapters have arisen from conversations that I have had with people that God later…
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Anxiety vs Faith…

Anxiety vs Faith… According to a statistic I recently read, over 18% of adults in the US experience at least one episode of an anxiety related attack in any given year. That’s nearly 1 in 5 people confronting “Panic Attacks”…
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When Perception Determines Reception

When Perception Determines Reception Recently, I had a conversation with a friend about being a cop and how, even after years of being retired, I can’t completely “turn it off” when I’m in a public or even a private setting….
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