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Confront Your Kings | Overcoming Nagging Sins

Overcoming Nagging Sins

Overcoming nagging sins. In preparing this writing, I peered over the book of Joshua. What happened to him externally, I use internally as encouragement while going through my daily battles.

“So I find this law at work. Although I want to do good, evil is right there with me.”  — Romans 7:21 

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2018 Year In Review | An Uncommen Year

2018 Year In Review

An Uncommen 2018 year in review! 2018 was a powerful year for Uncommen as we took significant strides in the growth and reach of the ministry. We spent all of 2017 and the first half of 2018 finishing off some of the administrative projects that gave us better functionality and cut costs. We hit some excellent milestones this year that will help us set bigger goals for 2019.

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Man In Action: A Faithful Husband

Faithful Husband | Couple

How to be a faithful husband can be found clearly in our theme verse for this article. Ephesians 5:25 “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her.”

Missing In Action – “used to say that a soldier cannot be found after a battle and might have been killed, captured, or wounded.”

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Master Your Craft: Spiritual Growth

Spiritual Growth | Coffee

Spiritual growth. For the last few years, I’ve gotten really into coffee. I started buying raw coffee beans about 6 years ago and have been working persistently towards developing the perfect method for roasting. Beyond that, I’m always experimenting with various brewing methods, pour-overs, siphons, espresso… I’ve even been practicing my latte art.

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Now Airing: The Dad Show

How To Be A Better Dad | TV

Proverbs 4:1 Hear, O sons, the instruction of a father, And give attention that you may gain understanding,

Proverbs 8:32 “Now therefore, O sons, listen to me, For blessed are they who keep my ways.

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The Mistake of Dividing Faith and Life

Faith and Life | Living With Boxes

I grew up in the church and I made the mistake of separating faith and life. I said the sinner’s prayer at age seven which is what you did to become a Christian. I did it because I didn’t want to go to Hell and that was that. It was escaping the fires of Hell. As a seven-year-old, Hell was scary. There were pictures of men screaming with flames all around. I’m not sure if I knew Jesus at seven, but somehow God didn’t let go of me.  After all, I didn’t know much about Jesus, and I certainly didn’t know much about myself at age seven.

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