Category Archives: Christian Life

Wrestling with God Interview

Below is an interview Patrick did with Scott Blair from Grapplers Church.  He discusses church planting, missions, discipleship, and much more.  I hope you find it helpful as you seek to serve King Jesus. To learn more check out Living … Continue reading

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Radio Interview on Equip FM

Below is a link to an interview Patrick and I gave on Equip FM.  We discuss how we met (I was an exchange student), how we got saved (at a funeral), how we began Living Bread Ministries and more! Equip … Continue reading

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Reality Check

Sometimes I forget how blessed I am.  I allow the business and mundane things of everyday life to get in the way of the joy that I should be reflecting on daily.  Nothing knocks me back into reality more than … Continue reading

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A Living Sacrifice – Part Two

The idea of living sacrificially leads us to verse 2, where Paul addresses our tendency to conform to the world, to follow that which our culture says we should do, have, and be.  Paul reminds us that we do not … Continue reading

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A Living Sacrifice – Part One

A couple of months a go, I was studying about our identity in Christ.  As I was studying, I came across a sermon John Piper preached in 1994 on Christian identity.  In this sermon, Piper spoke of our identity as … Continue reading

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Syncretism in America – Part Two

Tolerance The product of this political correctness is a tolerance for heresy, paganism, Satanism and many other beliefs.  Tolerance has been confused with judgment, and tolerance has been elevated to a supreme virtue.  Many believe that if we do not … Continue reading

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