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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The Communion of Sin

Have you ever suffered from back pain? I did years ago and when my back hurt, I was miserable to be around. Some times we can have something as simple as a painful big toe, yet that pain can cause us to be a cantankerous individual that is hard for others to be around. Have…

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One Square Yard

There are many troubling issues around the world today. These are just a few: the possibility of a nuclear showdown seems to be increasing, terrorism is on the rise all around the world, and this past weekend the ugly face of racism showed up again in protests in Virginia. In addition to all of this,…

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What Would You Do?

This week’s letter is the 300th edition of 4th Day Letters. I am blessed beyond words to have each of you reading my weekly newsletter and am thrilled to see how far this ministry goes. When we stand before God the eternal judge one day, we have but one plea…..GUILTY YOUR HONOR! We know God…

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Don’t Touch The Hot Stove!

Have you ever touched a hot stove? Dealing with a burned hand, or even several fingers, is not pleasant. The pain lasts a long time and if the burn is bad enough, the scar can last a lifetime. Parents often warn their children: “Don’t touch it, it’s hot!” These parents might be trying to help…

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Greater Than The Sum

Mathematically speaking, the sum of the parts equals the whole but more than 300 years before Christ, the Greek philosopher Aristotle stated: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Certainly when it comes to describing a human being, Aristotle was correct. I would add: “No one part defines the whole.” Sadly, today…

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The Fresh Scent of Rain

Have you ever had your senses flooded with the fresh scent of rain on a hot summer’s day? The air becomes permeated with its sweet, fresh fragrance. In much the same way, you and I are called to freshen up the air around us with the love of Christ. But did you know that rain by itself…

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Deception and Intrigue

In Genesis we find the story involving Jacob, Esau, Rebekah and Isaac that reads like the script from some strange combination of a television sitcom and an afternoon soap opera. I invite you to read my unique rendition of this story, and through some humor, I hope to reveal a very serious message for all…

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Picking Grapes From Thorn Bushes

Have you ever tried to pick a grape from a thorn bush? You can’t. You can’t pick an orange for that matter either. We are all expected to bear good fruit to build the Kingdom of God. Jesus told His disciples that people will be known by the fruit they bear. He further stated: “A…

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Removing The Veil

“Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain” is a famous line from The Wizard of OZ. The wizard portrayed himself as some kind of god, but it turned out that the Wizard was not all he was cracked up to be. When Toto pulled back the curtain, Dorothy and her entourage discovered an…

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Neighborhood Revitalization

Have you ever moved back into your old neighborhood? If you have, presumably the good outweighs the bad because you know what to expect the second time around.  Do you know that is exactly what Jesus did? Having already experienced our human existence, having already been brutalized and killed, and following His resurrection and ascension,…

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