Monthly Archives: July 2017

A Man Seeing Jesus Through a Woman’s Eyes

I have finished reading the published edition of my wife’s book, Pierced and Embraced.  I had heard the talks and read the drafted copies in part, but the whole body of work was something I had yet to see. I … Continue reading

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When Your Wife Enriches Your Ministry

I was speaking on the woman with a hemorrhage in Luke 8:40-56 at Warrenville, Bloomington,  and Gages Lake in Illnois over the last few months and Kelli, my wife, was able to help me.  She gave me a draft of … Continue reading

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Water from the Well

Today I had that feeling that you have when a conversation ends too soon.  It was that time when you are at the coffee shop feeling a strong connection and your friend looks at their watch and says, “Is that … Continue reading

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A Companion in Bible Study

 You may have noticed that, although I read through all of the NIV Application Commentary Series on 2 Corinthians, I did not post regular entries about what I had read.  I am trying to let go of posting daily reactions … Continue reading

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