Monthly Archives: January 2018

Lively Interview on The Uninvited Companion with Sarita Hartz

Sarita Hartz has a sharp mind and heart and has seen some of the tough side of life in the Kingdom. She graciously approached me about an interview related to my book. Her questions are thoughtful, provoking, and laced with … Continue reading

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Your Life, a Message

I have been reflecting on the reality and impact of long-term, unresolved adversity in life. We all know someone, you might be that someone, who lives with unresolved physical ailment – the kind that alters how one goes about life. … Continue reading

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2017 Reads List

Every year I send out an annotated list of some of the books I read. Attached is my annual reads list from 2017. In case you missed last year’s, I have added 2016’s as well. I am always on the … Continue reading

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Renewal In the Trenches

We are in a war. And the main enemy is within.  Let me clarify, because this is not a trendy idea. The Word is clear. We have three enemies which stand against us in our relationship with God. Each is … Continue reading

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Interview on Personal Hardships

I was recently interviewed at Grace Community Church, Detroit, MI by Lead Pastor Doug Kempton on the topic of God’s purposes through personal hardships. Doug’s questions were framed from 2 Corinthians 1 and the recently released book The Uninvited Companion: God’s … Continue reading

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