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It was the summer of 2007. I had just completed a 40-day fast. When I started the fast, my goal was to get to know the Lord on a deeper level, hope to get a better hold of my flesh, and maybe even experience something supernatural. When I look...

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I’m eating lunch with my new neighbor, Rosa. As...

Approaching the Almighty with Confidence

When we pray, we can approach God with confidence, for our faith rests upon His character, not upon promises. Promises are as good as the character of the one who made the promise. So when I read my Bible, I...

Three Reasons Why Believers Doubt the Security of Their Salvation

The simple answer is that we let our faulty human perspectives cloud our clear understanding of Scripture.  We sometimes doubt the security of salvation because of our experiences with others. I’m sure...
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Dave Wike and his wife, Margie, live in Carolina Beach, NC with their four kids and their dog, Happy. When he’s not serving pastors, you can find him strumming his guitar, surfing, or hanging out with his family. He loves the Lord, and feels as though he has called him to caring for pastors time and time again.

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