Author Archives: Dr. Howard Eyrich

Some Reflections on Thanksgiving

Something caught my attention this week that should catch my attention every week. There has been a common theme within the conversations about Thanksgiving among family and friends, Sunday School class, office associates, and social media. One friend posted a … Continue reading

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Five Critical Issues for Parenting Effectively

Five Critical Issues for Parenting Effectively Model what you expect.  My father once said to me, “You do what I say not what I do!” My father was at least open and honest about the fact that his behavior was … Continue reading

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Wisdom in Action

Proverbs 5:1-23 Introduction This is an interesting chapter. Rather than advancing with new information, the writer recapitulates his appeal and then uses a young man’s most intriguing dimension of life to call for applying the information already given by implementing … Continue reading

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Proverbs One and Contemporary Critical Theory

Proverbs chapter one serves as an introduction to the book of Proverbs. The rest of the book develops this overview outline. Today, we will examine the outline and use it to understand better contemporary Critical Theory and how it is … Continue reading

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Lessons from The Boy King Revival

II Kings 22-23 Introduction The conspiracy group who took out wicked Amon was desperate.  Old Dr. Bob Jones taught us, “It is never right to do wrong to get a chance to do right.” These men were desperate after the … Continue reading

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A Psalm of Hope

In the Midst of War Psalm 130 Introduction Did David write this Psalm? Neither the text nor the notes indicate that he did. However, it certainly has the ring of his life and his style. One source provided the following … Continue reading

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Reflections

Riding the Wave Introduction There are some rewards to being on the edge of turning eighty-five. One of those rewards is looking into the review mirror and reflecting upon the hand of Providence in one’s life.  Sitting in the Burbank … Continue reading

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Husbands and Leadership

Introduction MLK has a quote that I think about often.  “Whatever your life’s work is, do it well.” Every husband needs to take his life’s work well. And what is that life work? Paul put it this way. “Love your … Continue reading

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The Value of Classical Education

Origin of Article The following article is a letter written to the parents upon the junior’s college tour led by Kim. My grandson was on the tour. When I read it, I asked for permission to republish it on this … Continue reading

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Tri-part Man Requires Tri-part Counseling: Heart Surgery 

Preempting Misunderstanding  This title does not suggest that the preacher deals with the spiritual or soul, the medical doctor deals with the physical, and the psychiatrist deals with the psychological. It does suggest that the biblical counselor must consider three … Continue reading

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