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Living My Faith

We’re no angels

“Do not fail to show love to strangers, for by doing this some have welcomed angels without realizing it” (Hebrews 13:2 EHV). “BC” was…

Life’s Challenges

The dumpster story

There was once a man who had a secret stash of pornographic magazines. One day when his wife was gone, he indulged his sinful…

Life’s Challenges

Overflowing

“Excuse me, sir?!” I was trying to exit a coffee shop as a kind lady behind the coffee bar continued, “I was listening to…

Life’s Challenges

What’s your secret?

Hello. My name is Jon Enter. Husband. Father of four. Pastor. Coach. Sin addict. And so are you. You may not see it. You…

Life’s Challenges

Guardrails

Over a decade ago, I heard a brilliant teaching on the need for adding rules to the Bible. If that sounds bad, it wasn’t….

Friends & Family

Pray for people

I hear a lot of confessions about pornography. Both men and women, young and old, married and single schedule a time to talk and,…

Friends & Family

You are not a black sheep

When Ananias reached out his hands toward the serial killer, I wonder if they were trembling. God had spoken directly to Ananias, sending him…

Life’s Challenges

You are normal

When you find yourself addicted to destructive behavior, you might assume that you are not normal, the only one who struggles so deeply, so…

Life’s Challenges

Can God love me?

Did you ever hear about the day John Lennon, one of the Beatles, wrote a desperate note to a televangelist? In 1972 Lennon reached…

Bible 101

3 essential verses if you feel ashamed

If you frequently feel shame, that humiliation over your sins that makes you feel like you don’t belong and that you need to hide,…

Friends & Family

Drug court wisdom

The other day I was in a courtroom to offer encouragement to a friend facing serious legal charges for her drug-related decisions. The judge,…

Friends & Family

Your six hundred people

According to a 2013 New York Times study, you know about six hundred people. Put together your neighbors, family, friends, coworkers, church community, etc.,…