This isn’t an easy post to write, and it’s been siting in “draft” for a while – both in my head and on my blog. Some people have heard bits and pieces of this story, some people have been trusted with the depths, but I’ve not openly shared the depth and pain of the journey that God has taken me on as He’s brought me through the desert over the last year or so. 1,339 more words
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At some point in the future, you will be going to a Chick-fil-A restaurant that looks and works a lot different from the one you are familiar with today. 647 more words
People are always asking me what is a good book or perspective on discipleship, especially for men.
There are a lot of good ones out there, but one that I have found particularly refreshing is my friend Larry Osborne’s… 411 more words
One pastor’s book title perfectly captures our opportunity and goal
Larry Osborne is a pastor from Oceanside, California, that I’ve known since the late 1980s. He has led a solid church ministry in northern San Diego County, but it is his books that have really challenged me, especially the titles. 977 more words