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Welcome to the Live Fearless Blog

Over the years my blog has evolved as I continue to learn and grow in my relationship with Jesus. But my objective has always remained the same:

To encourage, equip and empower others to live out a fearless faith in Jesus Christ.

What to expect?

  • Biblical teachings for spiritual growth
  • Personal stories from myself and others celebrating fearless living
  • Guest posts featuring other people, ministries and movements and the cool things they’re doing
  • The occasional biblical insight on certain current events
  • Updates on my work in ministry and any new projects

I’m currently transitioning to more discussions highlighting the acts of the Holy Spirit in other people’s lives and ministries.

Celebrating Jesus in others glorifies God and brings us closer together as members of His body.

So if you enjoy hearing about the cool things God is doing in others you’ll enjoy the new content coming soon.

No Spammy Emails

No need to worry about your inbox being blown up with routine emails.

Most successful bloggers say consistent and prolific content is what people want. I disagree.

Regardless of how little I write, the Live Fearless Blog continues to grow every month. And all organically at that.

This isn’t a “come and be fed the secrets of fearless living” type of blog.

I prefer quality content over prolific content. I only write or share when I feel led to or am inspired by something.

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Introduction to the Bible: Understanding the Dual-Authorship of the Bible

Dual authorship, when used in reference to the Bible, simply means that God used men to write the Scriptures without eliminating their wills and personalities from the writing process. The Bible is actually not one book but a collection of […continue reading…]

Should We Be Leary of People Who Name Them Selves Prophets, Apostles and Pastors? How Important Are Our Titles?

I recently saw a post on Google plus that raised this question: When men and women take it upon their selves to title their selves as apostle, prophet, prophetess or pastor are we supposed to watch them from afar with reservation? I believe that […continue reading…]

Lessons on Intercessory Prayer from Ezekiel 22:29-31

God told the prophet Ezekiel that He had looked for a man, just one man, who would stand in the gap for His people so that He would not have to destroy the land. But he could […continue reading…]

What Does Psalm 37:4 Really Mean?

Psalms 37:4 is a highly misunderstood verse and a favorite of the prosperity preachers. “Delight yourself in God and He’ll give you whatever you want,” they say. As if God is […continue reading…]

Touch Not My Anointed (1 Chronicles 16:22) What does it really mean?

1 Chronicles 16:22 is often used to suggest that we should not speak against those teachers who appear to be anointed even if their teachings may be contradictory to sound doctrine. Those who use this verse in such a way say […continue reading…]

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