Month: March 2013

A Prodigal Husband: The Compassionate Father

We have been looking  in Luke 15 this week about the Parable of the Lost Son. The story, also known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son, involves a man and his two sons. The younger of the two decided that he wanted his inheritance early and left home to go to a nearby country. As one might expect, he didn’t use his money wisely and fell on hard times. Realizing that the people who worked for his father lived a better life than he did, he came to his senses and returned home. His father accepted him with open...

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A Prodigal Husband: The Oldest Son

I was reading in Luke 15 this week about the Parable of the Lost Son and felt compelled to explore this great story for a post. The story, also known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son, involves a man and his two sons. The younger of the two decided that he wanted his inheritance early and left home to go to a nearby country. As one might expect, he didn’t use his money wisely and fell on hard times. Realizing that the people who worked for his father lived a better life than he did, he came to...

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A Prodigal Husband: The Lost Son

I was reading in Luke 15 this week about the Parable of the Lost Son and felt compelled to explore this great story for a post. The story, also known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son, involves a man and his two sons. The younger of the two decided that he wanted his inheritance early and left home to go to a nearby country. As one might expect, he didn’t use his money wisely and fell on hard times. Realizing that the people who worked for his father lived a better life than he did, he came to...

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The Emotions of March Madness

Let’s tackle another issue we don’t seem to fully understand about our wives: Emotions. It might be helpful if we explain what we are talking about a little more. Well, occasionally as a man you might be able to understand it through this example: Was there ever a time when you needed to really concentrate on two things that were important to you at the same time and keep up with both? Yea, I thought it would come to you. Of course, it is March Madness and the NCAA basketball tournament. There are 3 to 4 games going on all...

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What’s Your Story?

This weekend I took my son to Winter Jam, billed as the world’s largest Christian concert tour. Basically, they have 10 current Christian contemporary bands covering a few different styles of music for $10. With a great price, they fill up every arena they go to and put on a great show. The biggest issue is actually getting in to the show. We arrived an hour before the doors opened and two hours before the show started and still were only able to get seats halfway up in the upper deck. One of the artists I was most interested...

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How Can I Know God’s Will for Me?

Photo by Jurica Koletić on Unsplash Sometimes, I think that we tend to assume that the most important things about God’s will are the external things. The decisions we make about who to marry, what job to take, what house to buy, what school the kids should attend, etc… But it is my belief that […]

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How Can I Find God’s Will for Me?

How Can I Find God’s Will for Me?

Sometimes, I think that we tend to assume that the most important things about God’s will are the external things. The decisions we make about who to marry, what job to take, what house to buy, etc… But it is my belief that those things, though important, are quite secondary in God’s eyes to the […]

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