Author Archives: Josh

Fear and Chariots of Fire

In my devotions this morning I read about Elisha and the chariots of fire. Long and short of it, the king of a neighboring country has been doing raids into Israel. Elisha tells the king of Israel that the raids … Continue reading

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I Hope the Stones Don’t Sing

There are times were I see a red door and I want to paint it black. Okay, not really but it’s one of my favorite songs by the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger said he wrote it after reading Ulysses by … Continue reading

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Trusting in God during COVID 19

This is a short video my son and I made for my blog. Things are tough right now and we’re all in this together.

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What Happened to the Acts 2 Church

Last night I went to the grocery store to pick up a few odds and ends that we needed because we couldn’t find them at a different grocery store. I noticed that not just the toilet paper was all gone, … Continue reading

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Hello, I am a Racist

This is a realization I came to a few years back. I am a racist. Now, I’m not a card-carrying-hood-wearing-out-right racist. I’m your run of the mill unintentional racist. I do racist thins without realizing it. I do microaggressions without … Continue reading

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God of the Now

One of the goals I’ve had over the last month is to be more mindful of the present. I’ve dealt with anxiety concerning the past and dreading the future. Because of this, I’ve been working on living in today. This … Continue reading

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The Sexiness of the Bible

Wait…what? The Bible isn’t sexy…is it? Many see the Bible as Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth. Or as a moral compass. Others see the Bible as the story of Jesus, salvation, and how to become closer to God. But the … Continue reading

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Father Wound

It’s something we all have. It’s something that all men have for sure. Even women have this too. It is the father wound. It is the first wound we receive. It’s not always intentional, but it’s there. And it runs … Continue reading

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The Art of Seeking Wisdom

What exactly is wisdom? I once heard that wisdom is age plus experience. That sounds good but then I look back and I’ve known some pretty wise young people and some pretty dense foolish 80 year-olds. So, that doesn’t always … Continue reading

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Star Gazing

Last night Jupiter was said to be so close and so bright you could see it’s major moons through binoculars. Around sunset, I took my kids to the the middle school near by and went out into their opened field. … Continue reading

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