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Hearing God When You’re Exhausted

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I recently received a question in an email from a disciplemaker I’ve been laboring with and training. He asked an interesting question that I thought might help others: Hi Jonathan, Hope you’re having great results as you take advantage of the lingering warmer weather. Praying for that. I’m continuing to try to grow in listening […]

Are You Concerned about a Financial Collapse?

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My phone has been buzzing with news updates about the recent dips in the stock market, and many of my Christian friends have been abuzz with concerns about an apparently prophetically-foretold financial collapse. In their estimation, all signs point to some sort of American economic catastrophe that is supposed to happen in September this year and discipline […]

A Word to the Church about the Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage

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Today the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling by a narrow majority to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states. The full ramifications of this are not yet known, but as we process this news in the coming days, I believe we need to keep our focus in the right place. It’s […]

Why Couldn’t Jesus Heal in His Hometown?

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One of the most common questions I receive is Why couldn’t Jesus heal in His hometown? I’m well aware of the traditional theories that blame the people of Nazareth for their unbelief.  Unfortunately, the way I often hear that unbelief explained is as though it was somehow a force with more power than Jesus’ faith. […]

Lord, Give Me Your Eyes

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Have you ever been in a situation that felt hopeless? Have you ever been in a difficult circumstance that felt impossible for God to intervene? Or maybe it’s not a circumstance but that family member who isn’t living for Jesus. Whatever it may be, we all have things in our lives that leave us with […]

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