4th Day Letters is a weekly email that we send out every Tuesday as response to a calling we felt from God to inspire and motivate Christian leaders into apostolic action. The Christian movements of Cursillo, Kairos, Via de Cristo, and Walk to Emmaus are experienced over 3 days. Once an individual has experienced these 3 days, the rest of their life is referred to as their “4th Day." Also, Jesus rose on the 3rd day, so therefore I would like to think of all human history, after His resurrection, as the world’s “4th day.”

I hope these letters challenge you and inspire you in your Christian walk.

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God Is A Hoarder

What do God and Fred Sanford from the 1970’s TV series Sanford and Son have in common? Neither one likes throwing anything away. For them everything is worth saving. I invite you to read more…. In the television series Sanford and Son, Fred G. Sanford and his son Lamont co-owned and operated a salvage yard.…

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Don’t Let Fear Keep Us Apart

Today marks the 350th edition of 4th Day Letters. Each Tuesday people all over the world receive this weekly email. There are some weeks when time doesn’t allow you to click and read the entire letter. Make sure you do today. Today’s message is very important. This week’s Gospel reading at church was from Mark…

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Will They Know?

Have you ever felt the need to speak God’s truth to someone who was acting in an inappropriate manner? Have you ever felt called to correct another Christian who was speaking out in a godless or at least less than truthful way? What if the one who needs this correction is a friend, co-worker or…

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Freedom Is A Paradox

Here in the United States no other holiday causes us to reflect on FREEDOM more so than the 4th of July.  What follows are two definitions from the Encarta Dictionary for the word FREEDOM. Read them carefully. These definitions have vastly different implications. release or rescue from being physically bound, or from being confined, enslaved,…

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Killed By Friendly Fire

According to a comprehensive survey on Wikipedia regarding casualties (both fatal and nonfatal), 21 percent of the casualties in World War II were attributable to friendly fire, as were 39 percent of the casualties in Vietnam, and 52 percent of the casualties in the first Gulf War. Spiritually speaking, what percent of the causalities inflicted…

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Time Travel

Time travel….is it really possible? Well, at least for now, traveling back in time is not possible….but who knows, maybe one day it will be. I’ll leave that for the physicists of the world to explore. But imagine for a moment, that you could travel back to the time of Jesus. What events during His…

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Proper Alignment

Proper wheel alignment plays a vital role. Your car’s wheel alignment impacts fuel efficiency, tire wear, tire performance, vehicle handling and maneuverability. Proper wheel alignment ultimately determines your vehicle’s steering response. In a similar way, proper Spiritual Alignment is vitally important. Are you overdue for a spiritual alignment? Please read more……. Matthew 6:21 states the…

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The Self-Checkout Salvation Aisle Is Closed

Humans have always placed a high value on independence. We take pride in our “do it ourselves” approach to almost everything. People love stories about people in need who picked themselves up by their bootstraps. Additionally, when it comes to shopping, people seem to just love the self-checkout aisles. Maybe this desire to do everything…

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Blessed, Broken and Scared: Becoming a Eucharistic People

Blessed, Broken and Scared …odd title isn’t it? It is both the title for the retreats that I provide for churches around the country as well as the title for my upcoming new book. I plan to have it published before the end of this year. My hope is that as people read this book,…

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Wallowing In Mud

Do you remember playing in the mud and mud puddles when you were a child? It was great fun. You just couldn’t seem to get muddy enough. Little kids are almost instinctively drawn to the mud. If you have children, when they were small and wanted to play outside, how many times did you say…

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