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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Discipleship Requires Commitment

Jesus has called us each by name to work in His Kingdom. How are we responding to His call? Have we said yes Lord, or have we offered Him some excuse? How energetically are you committed to bringing others to Christ? Is your relationship with God more than just going to church on Sunday morning?…

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We Have A Friend In Jesus

I have always enjoyed John Denver’s music. His songs always have a way of touching my heart. In one of his songs he sings about the relationship he had with his first guitar. In “This Old Guitar” we find these lyrics: “This old guitar taught me to sing a love song.”  I find an interesting…

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His Healing Touch

Do you know that frequent physical touch increases your well-being? Modern Psychology tells us that not only do hugs feel good, but they are good for us. Medical science has discovered that a hug can lower your heart rate and blood pressure and the impact isn’t fleeting, it has a long term healthy impact on…

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Spiritual Isolationism

My wife and I vacationed with some very close friends in the North Georgia Mountains this past weekend. We were all sitting around the fire ring on Friday night. Laughter abounded. Friendship filled the air. In the midst of the fun, I excused myself and retired to bed. My MS sometimes causes me to pull…

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Lord I Need You

From the earliest years of life we are taught self-reliance. We are taught to walk on our own, eat on our own and to rely on our own abilities. As we grow in our Christian faith however, we learn to rely on Jesus. We learn to walk with Him, to let Him feed us with…

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How Much Evil Lurks Within You?

The Shadow was a radio show which first aired in 1930. The haunting voice of the narrator introduced each show with these words: “Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?” Then he would say: “The Shadow knows.” The real life irony is that we all try to keep whatever evil we recognize…

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Who’s In The Spotlight?

The audience was fixated on the one actor who stood alone on the dark stage. The spotlight focused all attention on him. Suddenly, the spotlight moved revealing the presence of a few other actors on stage. When the full stage lights came up, it became apparent that the stage was completely filled with performers. The…

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Drop Your Stone

Are Christians any different than non-Christians in their response and treatment of ministers, priests, bishops or clergy who have publicly sinned and /or committed crimes? When these things happen, do you stand in line to throw the first stone? I invite you to read more….. There are times when I wonder to myself if Christians…

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Misery Is The Throne of God’s Mercy

Do you have some areas of sinfulness in your life that keep nagging at you? Are there areas of weakness in your life that no matter how many times you have prayed to God asking Him to remove these imperfections, they remain? Can you relate to Paul, when he spoke of a thorn in the…

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First Fruits Or Last Scraps

Back in 1990, when I lived in Florida, I had a habit of stopping every morning at Dunkin Donuts on the way to work. The store was only a few blocks from my office. One day, early in the morning while still dark, after getting my donut and coffee to go, I spotted a man…

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