Welcome to Leaving Laodicea

The Survival Manual for the Coming Underground Church
How to Personally Experience God When You Pray

How to Personally Experience God When You Pray

What if your times of praying could become so much more than reciting some memorized words or listing requests from a prayer list? What if your prayers could transport you into a holy place of sensing God’s glorious presence in a very real way? What if you began …

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586:  Experiencing True Repentance from Psalm 51

586: Experiencing True Repentance from Psalm 51

In our quest for a deeper relationship with the Lord, we have been talking about what genuine repentance looks like in real-time. And we found ourselves in the middle of Psalm 51, examining six key words in David’s prayer of repentance that show us how to not …

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What Does it Mean to Truly Repent— David Style?

What Does it Mean to Truly Repent— David Style?

There are some four-letter words that will transform your entire life once you understand their meaning. “Love” is one of those words. In our culture, you can love so many different things— your family, your job, your hobbies, your possessions, pizza, and the list …

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Something About Us

This is a collection of the many questions I have struggled with and the answers I have found regarding the relationship between authentic faith in Christ and much of what is portrayed today as Biblical Christianity.  Especially with the coming darkness looming over all of us, including the church.

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“I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot.  So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth. Because you say, ‘I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothing’—and do not know that you are wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked.”

Revelation 3:15-17

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Come and join us as we discover the joy of Leaving Laodicea behind.