November 2015 Final Issue
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For Men

Better Than Laundry

“Okay, Jon, now try it on your own.” I’ve heard that encouragement as I learned to ride a bike, catch a fish, read a book, paint a room, or any other one of the hundreds of tasks and skills and ...

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Head vs. Heart Knowledge

Before my conversion, I’d listen to a sermon and think to myself: I know this. And, to be honest, I did know it. After my conversion, my thoughts changed from I know this to The Lord is speaking to me ...

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Resenting God’s Generosity

I’ve come to better appreciate three realizations in the last few months. I really can’t achieve a “life to the full” (John 10:10) on my own. I need God. A life to the full really can’t be achieved through a ...

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Carmel With Jesus

“We should get together for coffee sometime.” Confession: I don’t drink coffee. I’ve never had more than a couple of sips in my entire life (and I’m a teacher!). I love the smell but can’t stand the taste. I have ...

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The Hero & The Sidekick

Imagine the classic movie scene where the hero is dangling from a cliff’s edge. You’ve seen it a hundred times. Fingers straining to find a crack, a niche, anything to cling to. Sweat dripping, the strong, confident visage suddenly overcome ...

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