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Pick It Up—Put It On—Walk It Out: a small-group session


For this session, you’ll need…. 1 old, beaten-up jacket and one new jacket, for every four to six people. The older and smellier your old jacket is, the better—but not so bad that people would get dirty just putting it … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Agenda


We’ve had to lay down a lot so far. Some of it has no doubt been difficult; maybe it’s even felt unnecessarily negative to some. But we have a much longer journey ahead, and we need to travel light—especially since … Continue reading

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You Can Have More of God… If You Want Him


It was this time last year that I first discovered R.T. Kendall, and I’ve dove in since. This book, pulled from Kendall’s final sermons at Westminster Chapel more than a decade ago, isn’t as immediately compelling as last year’s Unashamed … Continue reading

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Walk It Out


All of our lives, when lived rightly, are a journey into trust. In fact, I’ve been praying/adapting a certain prayer for quite a while, and I think (and hope) that the development of this prayer has been reflected in these … Continue reading

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Lay Down the Law (and Leave It There) — a small-group session


This  session is based upon the following past devotionals—scroll down as needed: Lay Down Your Agenda Lay Down in Silence Lay Down in Safety Lay Down in Peace Lay Down Like a Lion For this session, you’ll need…. • the … Continue reading

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Lay Down Like a Lion


“He crouched, he lay down like a lion and like a lioness; who will rouse him up? Blessed are those who bless you, and cursed are those who curse you” (Numbers 24:9). As I first pulled together my ideas for … Continue reading

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