Author Archives: Dr. Howard Eyrich

What Is Important About I AM?

What Is Important About I AM?1 While growing up in the Egyptian Pharaoh’s household as an adopted son of the Pharaoh’s daughter, Moses was nursed by his mother and cared for by his sister. So, during those three to four … Continue reading

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Twenty Questions

Introduction It is always necessary to be thinking by analyzing your surroundings whether church or community. Country or the world. Twenty questions format is a good way to do so. I tell my students that Mr. Question is your friend. … Continue reading

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Mud Became Ukraine’s Secret Weapon

CNBC headline this morning, “How Ukraine’s mud became a secret weapon in its defense against Russia,” was reminiscent of the Providence of God in the affairs of men as recorded in multiple Old Testament books. Generals who should have known … Continue reading

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Thirty-Seven Ways to Ensure Marital Joy

The Status of Marriage in America According to the new census data, the median duration of current marriages in the U.S. has increased an exciting eight months in the last decade. It jumped from 19 years in 2010 to 19.8 … Continue reading

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Who Can Destroy Your Marriage?

Framework Andree Seu Peterson’s piece in World magazine March 26, 2022, sets the framework of today’s rumination on the institution of marriage. I have often found her column a source of inspiration. In this one, Andree focuses on our contemporary … Continue reading

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Winning Over Sexual Temptation

Winning Over Sexual Temptation How to Choke Temptation One of the many realities of life I have learned from teaching perspective ministers, professional counselors, and aspiring lay folks is that sexual temptation knows no boundaries. While the essence of this … Continue reading

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America the Ugly

America the Ugly A Modern-Day Lament Rooted in Ancient History Preface: As I lingered in Isaiah chapters one to five an awful and wonderful prophetic message to Judah, I mused what the Lord God might write to America. Oh, America, America … Continue reading

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How Does a Righteous Man Pray, When He Observes the Invasion of Ukraine?

Psalm 7 The answer, he follows the lead of King David, who saw the attack of evil on more than one occasion as a shepherd boy, a king elect, and as a king. Psalmist Situation in A Fallen World 1-2 … Continue reading

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Life Is Like the River

Comparison of Characteristics A river has four characteristics that can help us constructively consider our lives. I have seen numerous young married couples in crisis because they experienced different lives than anticipated.  For example, Pam and I married on September … Continue reading

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Critical Principles of Leadership

Nehemiah Chapter Four Leadership Critical Dynamics on Display (1-3) Nehemiah has already displayed some important lessons concerning godly leadership in chapters 1-3. Those principles exercised bring us to the current situation of leadership under the pressure of opposition. His rebuilding … Continue reading

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