Announcing New Guest Blog Posts! January 16, 2018

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Last year we provided a free resource each month to encourage and equip believers. In 2018 I would like to make available a different type of resource. Each month a special guest will publish a blog post on Enjoying the Journey. People are the greatest blessing of all!

The writers will all be different and will provide insight and help on a variety of areas. It is my hope that their posts will allow you to get acquainted with them and with other tools that may be available.

We are all on a journey with Jesus. Along the way God uses fellow travelers to help us stay on the right path and keep moving forward. In John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress it was a man named Faithful who became a companion and friend to Christian. Together they journeyed toward the Celestial City.

Thank God for faithful friends. Fellow travelers. God uses individuals as His messengers in so many ways. These special friends have sharpened me and I am praying that God will use them to sharpen you as well.

Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend” (Proverbs 27:17).

I am excited to introduce these helpful articles and tools to you over the next few months, and grateful for the writers who are willing to share their insight with us. Together we are all learning lessons on “Enjoying the Journey.”

As always, thanks for taking time to read. Be watching for the first guest blog post very soon!

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  1. Bill Brogan on January 16, 2018 at 8:56 AM

    Thanks so much praying.

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