Monthly Archives: June 2012

How Spiritual Discernment Works

This is an excerpt from Ruth Haley Barton’s post over at Gifted For leadership: Cultivating the habit of discernment means we are always seeking the movement of God’s Spirit so we can abandon ourselves to it. Sometimes abandoning ourselves to … Continue reading

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Disappointment with God and Life ~ Connie Smith Jakab

An honest reflection from my friend Connie Smith-Jakab over at Culture Rebel: Before my dad passed away six years ago, God led him to this scripture: “You will see your children’s children…” (Psalm 128:6) When my dad was given this … Continue reading

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The Immense Value of a Father’s Affirmation

I am linking to a post by my friend Marlene Molewyk. Click on the link below to read the rest: The Immense Value of A Father’s Verbal Affirmation I know my father loves me, but I’ve rarely seen it in his … Continue reading

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Why Are Christians So Mean? Keri Wyatt Kent

Keri Wyatt Kent is an excellent writer on many topics including spiritual formation. In this blog, she reflects on Christian Venom. She writes: Fellow Redbud Writer Halee Gray Scott has a very interesting and controversial post up on the Christianity … Continue reading

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My Way of Jesus’s Way? Having Full Life in Jesus

Some practical guidelines in the Jesus Way. Here is an excellent sermon by Charles Stanley. Practical Guidance in Following Jesus

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