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- Doug Fields
Doug Fields is a pastor, communicator, resource-provider, writer, & leadership mentor. He’s the author of more than 50 books. Most of Doug’s time is spent speaking at conferences/churches/events, writing, working with the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University, teaching youth ministry at APU, and providing leadership and resources as a part of the Youth Specialities Team. More information about Doug is available at www.dougfields.com.
- Moving Past Your Past
- If God has let go of your sins, now itís your turn to let go of them.
- God is Good! Give Thanks!
- There is always at least one good reason to give thanks, whatever your circumstances, and it is this: God is good.
- Excuse Me!
- Serving is the primary method God uses to form the character of Jesus in us.
- Starting Over
- Good news: Fresh starts are for everybody!
- Pursuing God
- God cares much more about our desire to connect with Him than any sort of competence in connecting.
- Cooperating with the Great Physician
- When it comes to God and His healing power, He always works in us and with us, not against us or without us.
- Finding Quiet
- An essential ingredient of connecting with God and growing spiritually is pursuing quiet.
- Living life without margin is destroying marriages, crippling families, shriveling hearts, and eating away at the ability to experience the fullness of life.
- Why Your Soul Matters
- Jesus wanted us to understand that our souls are the most important part of who we are.
- The Truth About Guilt and Comparison
- Wonderful people limp through the Christian life marred by guilt.
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