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I was able to bike 15.5 miles this week. This is important as it reflects the strength God gives me each day after what I went through. I had a doctor’s appointment this week, and everything is moving in the right direction. Thank you for your prayers, and continue to pray for my complete recovery.
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Personal Blog - Local Church Vs. Parachurch Commitments. If you volunteer at any parachurch organization or give leadership at a church, look at it.
Main Media Updates
The third episode of Thriving Talk is out. This time the topic is Bible Reading Habits and plans. This was recorded some time ago. All details are here - https://gospel-link.com/podcast-thriving-talk/.
I have started a new Awareness Bible study at church on the topic of Depression. There is a PPT, and it will be updated weekly as I continue with the teaching. Contact me if you want to discuss anything about it. Link -
Link to the Session 1 Video
Completed recording another Thriving Talk episode with my son. We call the episodes with him Thriving Talk (Dad-Son edition). This time he got his cousin also join us. It will be released next Wednesday.
Another old Hindi song is uploaded. Rab Ki Howe Sanna - रब्ब की होवे सन्ना
Completed reading Love Like You've Never Been Hurt: Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart by Jentezen Franklin and a few other books this week.
I started with The Man God Uses by Chuck Smith.
My updated reading profile is here - Goodreads profile.
Book writing is progressing.
I am working on a new Mentorship initiative under ICPF International Inc. It is a burden that the Lord has put in my heart, and I am working on the details.
Somethings which caught my attention this week?
The Christian walk is a marathon, not a hundred-yard dash. If you are in it for the long haul, you are going to go through seasons of discouragement and even despair. - Jentezen Franklin, From “Love Like You've Never Been Hurt: Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart.”