Category Archives: Self-Help

Daily Temperature Reading (DTR) by Eric Moore, adapted from @PAIRSFOUNDATION

A couple weeks ago, at a men’s retreat, a tool that I had not heard of, designed to help sustain healthy relationships was introduced. It’s called the Daily Temperature Reading or DTR. A couple men I respect a lot; Pastor … Continue reading

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“You Make Me Crazy” Talks on Restoring Relationships by @RickWarren ‏

  Most every morning, I listen to Rick Warren, Andy Stanley or Tim Keller. On long runs, all three. This series of talks “You Make Me Crazy” by Rick Warren was excellent. I didn’t post them all here, at the … Continue reading

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‘Follow Me’ from Luke’s Gospel with Mike Raiter

Last week, during a long overdue call with a friend, he mentioned he had just attended a Men’s conference that had great impact on him. The theme of his talks was ‘Follow Me’ including readings from Luke’s Gospel, the speaker was  Mike … Continue reading

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Left To Tell by Immaculée @Ilibagiza #GLS2017

Last month, I had the honor to hear Immaculée speak at the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit. There were many wonderful speakers but after listening to her, I had to own her book. Immaculée spoke about forgiving the vary people … Continue reading

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Don’t Waste Your Pain by @RickWarren

Yesterday, I was challenge when a friend explained how he talks with people in the deli line that he doesn’t know, sometimes sharing about the pain in his life. The chat reminded me of a podcast “Don’t Waste Your Pain” by … Continue reading

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Thankful for these 10 @timkellernyc tweets: Humbled, have hope, forgiven, forward progress, not perfection

Sometime in the early 90’s, I began attending Redeemer Presbyterian Church. I believe I went the first time when a friend from my home town was visiting New York City. In ’94, I was married, my wife was later baptized at … Continue reading

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“The Devil Knows How to Discourage You” by @Bloom_Jon : Suggested read by friends wife

The posts on this blog are mostly articles, books, videos, bible verses, sermons, reflections from a conversation, etc. that someone was kind enough to suggest I read, listen to or view. This is one of those such articles. In this case, a friends … Continue reading

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Daily Prayer (Extended Version) @johneldredge, @RandsomedHeart

In December, a friend gave me a copy of Walking with God by John Eldredge. Another person I met raved about Wild at Heart from John Eldredge and last week someone I respect started reading daily the “Daily Prayer (Extended Version) from … Continue reading

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“Broken, My Story of Addiction and Redemption” by William Cope Moyers – Thankful I read the book

Wow is all I can say, I am grateful I listened to “Broken, My Story of Addiction and Redemption” by William Cope Moyers. I originally read the cover and thought to myself, this book sounds to heavy, but finally, on a drive … Continue reading

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Paul’s story is told in Acts 7:58-28:31 & throughout New Testament @TyndaleHouse #LifeApplicationStudyBible #PrHrnr

Just read Acts 9, I am reading through Acts now for the third time using Professor Grant Horner’s Bible Reading System. This is a great story. Acts 9 start’s with Saul threatening Christians, his goal to have them put in prison … Continue reading

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