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Belief and unbelief – our soul conflict

By Dave Henning / August 14, 2021

“I’ve come to understand the conflict in our souls that never ends is the one between belief and unbelief.  Doubt is the dangerous place we linger in the middle of the battle between the two.  If we don’t understand why we have to change our mind (repent) and make intentional decisions to deflect doubt, life […]


Stress and anxiety – primary heavy weights

By Dave Henning / May 28, 2019

“If you imagine a weightlifter straining to lift a barbell loaded with heavy weights, you might imagine stress on one side of the bar and anxiety on the other.  Those are the primary weights that are so heavy — but unbelief is the bar they’re attached to.”- Kyle Idleman “Now faith is confidence in what […]


Kick into preparation mode

By Dave Henning / May 8, 2018

“When we believe God, we begin to prepare for what He tells us to prepare for.  You have to kick into preparation mode.  No matter how small it might seem, you should be putting your hands on something.”- Banning Liebscher As Banning Liebscher concludes Chapter 8 of Rooted, he talks about the third and fourth […]


An intimate, conversational walk with God

By Dave Henning / May 13, 2017

“I assume that an intimate, conversational walk with God is available and is meant to be normal.”- John Eldredge In the Prelude (“Learning to Hear the Voice of God”) section of Walking with God, John Eldredge begins with a story about a family outing to cut down their Christmas tree.  After praying and asking God […]

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