Whether you realize it or not, you’re under spiritual attack everyday. If you’re ignorant of that fact, that doesn’t mean the attacks go away; it just means you aren’t protecting yourself. In Ephesians 6:14-17, the Apostle Paul gives the church (then and today) six practical ways to protect yourself from spiritual attacks. Stand firm then, with…

On a clear moonlit night you can walk outside, hold your thumb up to the moon and block it out of sight. Does that mean your thumb is physically bigger than the moon? Not even close. It just means from your perspective something small (thumb) has become bigger than something large (moon). In Numbers 13, twelve…

When you volunteer at church, it’s so much more than simply filling a slot or helping out on a Sunday. Something supernatural happens when the church begins to serve together. Here’s what the Apostle Paul wrote the early church in the letter to the Ephesians: So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists,…

When it comes to knowing the will of God and hearing God’s voice, there are four primary ways that the Holy Spirit speaks to us today. These aren’t the only four. God can speak to us however He wants. But these are the four primary ways he speaks to us today through his Holy Spirit.And…

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Josh Daffern

Born and raised in California, Josh graduated college from California Baptist University and spent two years as a missionary in Africa before coming back to America and finding the love of his life (Robin). Josh graduated from New Orleans Seminary with a Masters of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry. Josh has been involved in full-time ministry for over twenty years. He enjoys hiking, beach volleyball, reading, playing anything competitive, and rough-housing with his kids. Josh, his gorgeous wife Robin, his outrageously handsome boys Zeke, Shepherd and Lincoln and his princess Elle, live in northern Virginia. Josh also blogs on Patheos as New Wineskins: an Apologist for the Modern Church and you can find links to all his content on joshdaffern.com. Enjoy the blog!

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