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 Devil Shouts … God Whispers!

Have you ever tried to carry on an important conversation in a restaurant when the music was so noisy that you could not hear the person sitting across the table? Have you ever received a phone call but your television was so loud that you could not hear the caller?  It is hard to communicate…

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More Than Merely A Name

I think I was 8 when my mother told me that I had been adopted at birth. Until just recently, I didn’t know my true biological heritage. Sure, I had an Italian last name, but did that make me Italian? No, it didn’t. Thanks to DNA, I now know my genetic nationality. There is more…

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Relentless Pursuit

Have you ever owned a hound dog? If you have, then you know why they are sometimes described as “a nose with a dog attached.” Whether a droopy-eyed, long-eared basset hound or a cute little beagle, they both come from a long history of hunting dogs. Did you know that God has sometimes been referred…

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Trying To Live Like Jesus

As I write this message my wife, and I are enjoying an extended camping trip in the Northeast Georgia mountains, surrounded by the beauty of God’s creation. Every Thursday night is karaoke night at this campground. If you have tried karaoke, you know that it’s not easy to sing like the original artist, yet people…

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Elite Country Club Status

In an attempt to escape winter, many have moved from northern states to Florida. Once there and faced with an ever-expanding population and snarled traffic, they wish others would stop moving to Florida. Some Christians have a similar attitude regarding salvation. They are more gleeful and excited about the idea that many people will face…

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Reflecting On The Life Of Jesus

The Bible tells us to cast our anxieties on Jesus. It instructs us to pray without ceasing. It says we should make our concerns known to God. Therefore, most Christians pray some form of “prayer du jour.” Would you like to enhance your prayer life? Discover how adding time to your daily prayer regimen for…

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We All Need An Extra Boost

Have you ever ridden an e-bike?  Riding a traditional bike can sometimes be difficult, especially when going uphill. Regardless of your age or expertise, an e-bike might be just the thing for you. The electric motor on an e-bike gives the rider a boost of propulsion when pedaling becomes difficult. In much the same way,…

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Navigating The Seasons Of Life

Life has ups and downs, highs and lows, disappointments and accomplishments. We experience joy and sorrow. Life of course, brings with it trials, sufferings, and setbacks. To navigate the roller coaster of life, we need to have a properly calibrated compass. This compass is our authentic ideal. Is our compass pointed in the right direction?…

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We Are Broken Cisterns

Imagine a small child trying to fill a sieve with water. Try as they may, it will not get full. The same is true with a cistern. A cracked cistern will not hold water. Throughout the Bible, cisterns are mentioned and sometimes compared to us and our faith. Find out why. Please read more. In…

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