Month: January 2017

The Terrible “Perry”bles 2: Choosing Vice Over Your Wife and Kids

This is the second post in the Terrible “Perry”bles series.  This series stems from a Facebook post Perry Noble, former pastor of the megachurch Newspring, put out addressing some of the mistakes he identified that led to his personal issues.  The first “Perry”ble I posted about was choosing isolation over community.  When I first read Perry’s post I thought that these are some issues that a lot of men are also dealing with. The second Terrible “Perry”ble is choosing a vice over your wife and kids.  Perry’s vice was alcohol.  He describes his journey into alcoholism as starting when...

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The Terrible Perrybles: 1: Choosing Isolation over Community

It has been awhile since my last post and hopefully I will be able to write some posts on a more regular schedule in the coming year.  A couple of months ago I was perusing Facebook and a shared post popped up from Perry Noble.  Perry Noble is/was pastor of Newspring Church, a large satellite based church with locations all across South Carolina.  On any given Sunday, Newspring Church would draw upwards of 20,000 people to attend churches located in converted shopping centers and warehouse style buildings.  I have viewed Newspring Church many times by podcast and while Perry’s...

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How Can I Know God’s Will for Me?

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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