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In his book 100 Bible Verses, Robert Morgan chronicles how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once told of riding the bus across town every weekday to attend high school. This was the era of segregation, and so blacks were required to sit at the back of the bus, while white people sat in the front. Even if there was an absence of whites riding the bus, the blacks were still relegated to the back and forbidden to sit up front. Adding insult to injury, even if all the “black seats” were occupied, riders had to stand over the empty seats reserved for whites. King said of that time, “I would end up having to go to the back of that bus with my body, but every time I got on that bus I left my mind up on the front seat. And I said to myself, ‘One of these days, I’m going to put my body up there where my mind is.’”

Entrust Men’s Leadership Conference 2023

The recordings of all four sessions are now available on the Entrust Conference website (click HERE). We encourage you to revisit, apply, and share this year’s resources with friends and other fellow ministry leaders.

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Contentment Spelled Out

Philip De Courcy

In a world where people are never satisfied and always clamoring for more, discontentment can easily creep into our hearts and lives. And while it may seem like a small thing, it can be a gateway to covetousness, envy and other sins that dishonor God and leave you feeling miserable. That is why a proactive pursuit of contentment is essential for the healthy Christian.


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