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Category Archive: Discipleship, Self Improvement

College Entrance Exam Part I (Answers)

These are the answers to the questions posed in the “College Entrance Exam Part I” questionnaire. 1) If you had to define the difference between the Old Testament and the New Testament...

College Entrance Exam Part I

Knowing what you believe and why you believe it is important, regardless of what the issue may be. How you vote, the way you navigate the waters of compromise, how you think…you always want to...

Did They Practice?

I taught for five years at the Armed Forces School of Music. You can provide a student with the instrument, the curriculum, the encouragement and every resource and facility they could possibly need...

Being Wise and Not Just Aware

Here’s my problem… It’s a common tactic for a guilty party to assault the character of a person who’s asking some direct questions they don’t want to answer.┬áThe idea...

God’s Definition of Success

I was stoked! I was listening to an excellent teacher deliver a sermon on the discipline of meditation. He elaborated on the word “hagah,” which is the Hebrew word for...

What If…?

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a resource out there that got your entire congregation genuinely interested in studying the Word of God, spending time in prayer and being genuinely engaged...

You Are Responsible For Your Actions, But…

I’m a firm believer in that you are responsible for your actions, You can play the victim card as convincingly as you want, but in the end if you do the crime, you do the time. But… There...

Remember Why!

Here’s a recent letter I wrote to a hardcharger that’s just now hitting the real challenges at Parris Island. While it pertains specifically to a military paradigm, it resonates...

Who Defines “Good?”

Who defines “good?” You? Me? How does one measure virtue? And how do you convince someone who’s vile that they’re not “good” unless you can point to a standard...

What If It Never Happens?

Musicians are weird. At least, that’s the way the come across sometimes. But it’s not so much that they’re a little “off,” as much as it’s the way they process...