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Chase the Lion by Mark Batterson

In every dream journey there comes a moment when you have to quit living as if the purpose of life is to arrive safely at death. You have to go after every dream that is destined to fail without divine intervention. You have to go big or go home. You have to take the road less traveled or settle for status quo. You have to bit the bullet or turn your back on your dreams. I have a theory: your favorite scripture will become the script of your life. Continue reading

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Highlights from You and Me Forever by Francis & Lisa Chan

The following are some of the highlights for me from You and me Forever – Marriage in light of eternity by Francis Chan & Lisa Chan Continue reading

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The Circle Maker

When you dream big, pray hard, and think long, there is nothing God cannot do Continue reading

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What Are You Reading? – Highlights From Forgotten God by Francis Chan

Forgotten God illustrates the observation and reality that the western church tends to rely on the talent of our church leaders and has forgotten the Holy Spirit that distinguishes us from every religion and person in the world. Continue reading

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Are You Crazy? Francis Chan Challenges Us to Eternal Thinking

I enjoy reading books that make you think deeply and question what you really believe. I am currently reading Francis Chan’s Crazy Love. I thought I would simple restate some of his words that have challenged me in my busy little world. Continue reading

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