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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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Uncommen Challenge: The Message of a Massage

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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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Share Your Testimony: Real Faith & Friends

Share Your Testimony | Real Friends

I started up my first business at the age of 34. Before that, I was in sales but became very tired of the travel.  I sold my corporate stock, bought a franchise and began a 13-year run in small business. It was hard work, long hours and, at first, quite the dip in salary with few benefits.

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