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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Are You At Peace?

Psalm 29:11 states: “The Lord will bless His people with peace.” In other verses in the Bible we hear this same message. A common Christian greeting is “May the peace of the Lord be with you” or in Hebrew one might say “Shalom.” The peace that I am referring to here is a peace that…

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Called From The Weeds

We are all called to be saints in God’s kingdom. But rarely do saints find their beginning in a church or a place of high esteem. Jesus himself got His earthly start in a feeding trough.  Many of the great prophets from the Bible also found their start in very humble beginnings. The story of…

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God’s Greatest Temple

Out of all of the great temples and churches ever built, the greatest temple is YOU! Billions of dollars are spent every year all around the world to maintain and preserve the great iconic structures dedicated to God. What will you do this coming year to preserve God’s greatest dwelling place of all, which is…

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A Light In The Darkness

Very early in the morning, just two days before Christmas, I stood STARSTRUCK on my back deck! Only a sliver of the moon was visible on this cool, crisp, clear night. The stars were accentuated against the dark void. The Big Dipper, in bright high definition, captured my attention. It seemed to be forming a…

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Christmas: Past, Present and Future

“For today in the city of David  a savior has been born for you who is Christ and Lord.” Lk 2:1-14 Christmas is a time of traditions. All of us have those family traditions that make our family’s Christmas unique. Christmas is a time of joy, a time of hope for peace on earth, but…

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Seductive Voices

Advent is a time of preparation. With Christmas just around the corner, we all know the comforting feeling of being home for the holidays. Being home for Christmas is more than just being physically present, it is also about coming home spiritually. We should use these remaining days of Advent to prayerfully evaluate our spiritual…

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The Joy of Christ

There I sat. The choir was singing in harmony as musicians provided our beautiful music. The aroma of incense floated through the air. At the front of the church the Bishop, flanked by two Deacons and surrounded by several altar servers wearing the classic black and white garb, encircled the baptismal font. Standing in line…

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When No Means No

So just what exactly do you think Paul meant in Romans 13:11-14 when he said: “make no provision for the desires of the flesh.” I am pretty sure he meant; No—None—Nix–Nil—Naught—Nothing–Not one iota–Zero—Zilch—Zip—Zippo. Is that even possible? Read more and find out. Assuming that I have adequately restated Paul’s position and we are not to make…

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My Friend, My Brother, The King

Many people want to be friends with a celebrity. They stand in line to get their autograph. Just last night I had the opportunity to attend a Garth Brooks concert. Garth gave away an autographed guitar to a couple who became engaged at the concert. He also gave away one of his famous Stetson hats…

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Feed My People

When any of us hear the term “starving people” we immediately think of the many people around the world who go without food every day. Most of us have seen and been deeply moved by graphic pictures of starving people and as a result we have offered our financial help. In addition to the many…

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