Tag Archives: Don’t Waste Your Life

Don’t Waste Your Parenthood

I’m sure I’ve mentioned how completely bonkers (in a good way) my life has been lately in several of my recent posts, but as part of the craziness entails not writing anywhere near frequently as I’d like, I’ll sum up really quick for you: In the span of close to a year and a half I met the woman whom I would marry, got engaged, got married, found out that Angela was pregnant about four months after we got married, and then had the little man a couple weeks after our first anniversary.
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Don’t Waste Your Life: The Video

The first Theology book I ever read was Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper. If you’ve followed the blog for any length of time, you already know that I was deeply impacted by much of what Piper has written. I am very grateful for this book, as God used it to prompt me to re-evaluate many of my priorities in life, and compelled me to life a gospel-centered, Christ-exalting life, which I still must fall desperately on the grace of God to even come close to accomplishing this.
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