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Rolling With The Punches

The ability to be flexible is one of the most important lessons God has taught us over these last two years. It’s not hard to find times when Paul had to be flexible to extreme degrees during his missionary journeys, and though we’re certainly thankful we’ve never been put in prison for our beliefs, or because of our visa issues (!), we’ve learned a great deal about what it means to roll with the punches, as Paul had to do so often. 868 more words


Fear & Freedom: Living Your Purpose In Ministry

A few weeks ago I saw a tweet that really resonated with me concerning youth ministry. The more I think about it, the more I am convinced that it goes far beyond into all ministry as well as our very lives as followers of Christ. 972 more words

What I learned in San Francisco.

This last week I took a trip with the family to San Francisco. If you know me, you know that I’ve typically considered California – particularly that part – the equivalent to Sodom and Gomorrah. 824 more words


Cold Reading - Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind (part two) - Overview and The Introduction

The book Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind by Dennett and Lascola has Seven Main Parts:

1)  Introduction

2) Five Sketches

3) Breaking the Shell – Transparency and the Survival of Religions… 567 more words


"Intention" and Why I Haven't Posted In 26 Days

I haven’t posted in 26 days.  I have done other things, important things that no one would call into question.  However, as a writer and a blogger and a thinker and a leader I must deliver.   307 more words


Nephilim Mounds II - Stearman - Dizdar - Marzulli - 10 Hours of Riveting Information!!!

GIANTS: Revealing the Agenda of the Fallen Cherub

GIANTS: Revealing the Agenda of the Fallen Cherub Recorded LIVE at the 2ND Annual NEPHILIM MOUNDS Conference – June 2014   440 more words

L. A. Marzulli

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Restoring the Warrior's Heart

Those who are far removed from the realities of battle do not understand what military families go through. This numbing to the humanity behind conflict is made possible by a 24-hour news cycle that, depending on the channel you watch, attempts to normalize, politicize, or sensationalize the world of the warrior. 117 more words