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Christ is first and ALL. I've been on the field, Pro.  I've been behind the wall, Con.

Now I'm back from the grave of failure with #iCONVICTION (click above).


"depth of character determines length of influence"

 

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HE SEE's YOU in the SON, NOT in SIN
Sat, Mar 28th @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: "Then Jesus put out His hand and touched him, saying, “I am willing; be cleansed” (Matthew 8:3).

Rejoice! Jesus touched the hearts of sinners, yet sin never touched His heart. So with Him in your heart, the Father doesn't see you as a sinner, He see's you as His son or daughter.
IT will SPRING FORTH
Fri, Mar 27th @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: "Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ" (Philippians 1:6).

God doesn't put dreams inside of us unless He intends to fulfill that purpose through us. You may not see the plan coming together, but that doesn't mean the "seed" isn't growing under the surface. It will SPRING FORTH!
"i invite YOU in": COME to my FUNERAL
Thu, Mar 26th @ 6:30am
I just recently spoke in Concord, California at the prestigious Every 15 Minutes Program, held at Carondelet High School & De La Salle High School. This impressive program offers experiences that simulate real-life risks involved with drinking and driving, and texting while driving. The mood is somber and includes a mock funeral with caskets, pallbearers, and even a simulated crash scene, enacted the day before, which replays on the big screen. The room is filled with gloom. It is a stellar attempt to show the real life horrific consequences of drinking and driving.

However, the show....
#iCONVICTION (the Major Lesson in the Minor Pain): Cape May County Herald
Wed, Mar 25th @ 6:24pm
I rub the scar on my knee, the residue left behind after surgery to repair a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and meniscus, and I am reminded that the tragedy I caused began by misunderstanding pain. Like a serpentine river and its many branches, the scar formed of multiple incisions runs down the center of my kneecap. Six years later, these still-numb lacerations are reminders that pain out of perspective is pain without purpose.

After I discovered I had injured my knee......