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The other day, after we had a bit of snow, I went to a nearby park and spent the afternoon shooting some video. A little snow can sure add beauty to the winter scenery!  

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Greetings from A Radical for Jesus! It’s a brand new year, a great time for reflection, new beginnings, and changes. As I think about this blog in the new year, I feel that it’s time I make a small change in my focus and content. On my “About” page (the…

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It’s Christmas Day. We’re celebrating the coming of Jesus. The King of Kings who, though He was equal with God, and was God, laid aside His Heavenly splendor—even His very maturity—and came to earth, not even as a man, but as a helpless baby. Imagine that…

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I’m happy to announce that my family’s free Christmas recording, “The Gift of His Love”, is now available! The music is also available as a free download at CDBaby; as a CD on Amazon; at music download sites such as Google Play and iTunes; and on music…

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Trauma. It’s a word we associate with beatings, genocide and injuries. We have “trauma centers” to care for those who have been badly injured in car crashes and other such accidents. So what does this have to do with anything spiritual? The spiritual…

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Think a moment: what do we call an object that is supposed to protect the wearer from evil spirits and bad luck? We have a name for it: a lucky charm.

Recently, I was talking with God about headcovering, and He showed me that, for some people, the headcovering had become a lucky charm. Worse yet, I myself had perpetuated the mentality that turns a headcovering into a lucky charm, and I had to repent.

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Have you fallen prey to these myths about lust?

Myth #1: Looking at an immodest woman is lust There is a big misunderstanding about what “lust” is. The English word “lust” is translated, in the New Testament from a Greek word that means “to set the heart upon, that is, long for (rightfully or…

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10 years ago, at age 17, I was writing an article on modesty. Today, I write a letter to that 17-year-old with some new lessons that God has taught me about modesty.

Dear Joel, I read your article about modesty, entitled “What Should I Wear?” I want to commend you for your passion and desire to serve the Lord. However, I want to share with you some things that God has been teaching me about modesty. I was once just…
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