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Myself, Heroin Addiction, & The Church

May 27, 2011

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Let me start this post off by saying that I am not a heroin addict. Actually, I have no experience with this drug. I can relate to heroin addicts however. As a matter of fact, I can relate with addicts of all kinds because I am a recovering addict myself. I am going to go […]

Parenting Adults Is Harder & Why Your ‘Pastor’ May Not Really Be Your ‘Pastor’

April 20, 2011

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Next month my one and only child will turn 18! Yeah, that’s right, I said 18. Can you believe it? One of my favorite things to do is get reactions from people when I tell them this. When I take my daughter out for coffee or out to a restaurant, I have to prepare myself […]

The Blindspot Of Discipleship (Don’t let your family or institution become an obstacle)

January 12, 2011

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During June of 2010,  I traveled the U.S. on an incredible coast to coast journey from Florida, to North Carolina, and then across the country to California where I stayed for the remainder of my time before driving home. There were several reasons that I embarked on this trip, but the main reason was to hear from […]