Roger Daniel

forth the
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This site is dedicated to my children, grandchildren, and beyond as a legacy of my fifty years of ministry as a teacher, chaplain, and pastor. Further, it is intended to be a locus for a variety of ministry resources for other Christian workers.

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Stability in Our Times

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Stability in Our Times, 1

The more things change, the more they stay the same. But God never changes, and He is always the same. The timeless principles of God’s protection and provision are as true today as they were in Isaiah 33:6.


Stability in Our Times, 3

The waiting room in a doctor’s office is the land where time stands still, and your life is put on hold. Whether it’s waiting for a table in crowded restaurant, waiting for a flight, or waiting in line at Walmart, we don’t like to wait. Yet, waiting on God is the essence of trust and the test of our faith.

Toxic Shame

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Toxic Shame: The Lie that Kills, 1

“Shame comes the closest to defining human bondage of all things I know. One of the reasons so many people are caught in binding shame … it has been the hidden culprit. It is time for shame to be exposed for what it is. Most people will admit to guilt, fear, or hurt before admitting to shame.” John Bradshaw


Toxic Shame: Unmasking the Imposter, 2

Discover the difference between biological shame, biblical shame, and binding shame — the on-going premise that one is fundamentally bad, inadequate, defective, unworthy, or not fully valued as a human being.

Run to the Roar

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Run to the Roar (1) Facing up to Vulnerability

Our willingness to own and engage with our vulnerability determines the depth of our courage and clarity of purpose. The level to which we protect ourselves from being vulnerable is measure of our fear and disconnection.


Run to the Roar (2) Embracing Worthiness

Sometimes we confuse “undeserving” with “unworthy.” The former is true, but what about the latter? Is it true that we have no worth? God doesn’t think so, so why do we?


Run to the Roar (3) Embracing Imperfection

When we spend a lifetime trying to distance ourselves from the parts of our lives that don’t fit with who we think we’re supposed to be, we stand outside our own story and hustle for our worthiness by constantly performing, perfecting, please, and proving. So, why not let go of who you think you’re supposed to be and be who you are?

United States of Bayblon

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