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One enemy of our sacred chase – proximity

By Dave Henning / October 14, 2020

“There is one enemy of our sacred chase that often remains undetected.  It causes us to become impressed with ourselves and, though we’re slowly decaying, provides an appearance of life.  Spiritual apathy wears it like a costume.  We will call it proximity. . . .  It does not require intentionality for it is based merely […]


Boldness, high-octane style

By Dave Henning / September 2, 2019

“Could you use some high-octane boldness?  If you want to outlive your life, you could.  As long as you are stationary, no one will complain.  Dogs don’t bark at parked cars.  But as soon as you accelerate . . . expect the yapping to begin.”- Max Lucado Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to […]


A new monitoring strategy – a clear need

By Dave Henning / January 23, 2019

“But if the issues on Jesus’ list (Matthew 15:19-20) emanate from the heart, then clearly we need a new monitoring strategy.  After all, if knew knew how to monitor our hearts, if we knew how to deal with trouble at its source, then perhaps we would see a marked improvement in our behavior.”- Andy Stanley […]

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