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The Seven Victories of a Generous Spirit
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Welcome to the new Kingdom Life Publishing website! To commemorate the new site I am launching this seven part series on generosity. I pray it challenges and blesses you on your own journey as a faithful steward. A few years ago a friend introduced me ... read on
Preparing our Heart for Lent – Meditation #2
By Dr. Scott Rodin | The Character of God – Mathew 27:46 We are looking at the different interpretations of this text that come from the way the key words are emphasized. In the first devotion we looked at, “why have you forsaken me?” and we contemplated the purposes of God. ... read on
Preparing our Heart for Lent – Meditation #1
By Dr. Scott Rodin | The Purpose of God – Mathew 27:46, “Why have you forsaken me?” Have you ever played the game where you take a simple sentence and see how the meaning changes when you change the emphasis? Start with, “Why did you eat that apple?” Now read it ... read on
Top Five Regrets, and One Great Opportunity
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Bronnie Ware is an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives. She recorded their dying epiphanies in a blog called Inspiration and Chai, which gathered so much attention that she put ... read on
Oh, the Joys (???) of Business Travel
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Several years ago I experienced a week of travel that can only be described as a descent into madness. It’s a little long, but I thought you might enjoy my ‘travelogue’. I entitled it, ‘So, how was your week?’ If you would indulge me for a few ... read on
Would you Untie your Colt?
By Dr. Scott Rodin | My favorite story from Scripture about faithful asking and generous giving may surprise you. It comes from Luke, Chapter 19 beginning at the 28th verse. “And after Jesus had said this he went on ahead going up to Jerusalem. As he approached Bethphage and Bethany ... read on
How Thick is the Ice Under Your Feet?
By Dr. Scott Rodin | In the late 1800’s a Montana fur trapper is running out of supplies during a particularly brutal Rocky Mountain winter. Growing desperate, he realizes he must make his way down to the nearest town to buy food or he will not survive. He sets out ... read on