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New Beginnings Supernaturally Inspired

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Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water. Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised;) And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works: Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Hebrews 10:22-25 KJV


When thinking back to when/how TJC started, I went back to an old email received November 17, 2015. The topic was, “Seeing through the eyes of Christ; seeing from the heart – morphing Stu Weber’s 4 chords of a man into four chambers of the heart.”

 TJC was started on the premise that often churches and subsequent “programs” were lacking effectiveness to disciple men on a very honest, direct, transparent, and authentic plane, while loving men in spite of themselves.

 If you’ve never been to a battlefield summit, I emphatically urge you to stop kicking the dirt around and go to Chickamauga (27 Apr), Gettysburg (11 May) or Kings Mountain (this fall),. While already having done so in church, I found it compelling and empowering to be baptized in Marsh Creek at Gettysburg (on a summit) on October 17, 2020. It was a renewed commitment to Christ, and it was a commitment to a brotherhood for which we are all adopted into through Jesus and men who desire other men to rise up, and raise up better families.

 It was determined long ago that TJC would disciple men looking to personally walk out their faith in authenticity, transparency, and be intentional to NOT walk it out alone! In addition, we would start at home in our hearts and then at home with family. Much of what we aim to address is extremely uncomfortable, but we’re regularly becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable.

 We need Jesus no questions asked, and yet we need men by our side who will reflect that same Jesus to make it very real for us so our goal to be more like Christ is not simply a fantastical idea from a “good book”.


Daily Battle Order:

Get real with men who desire better in this life. Get real with God. Get real with your family. Be authentic! And if you think you can’t or don’t know how, get out to the battlefield, and use it as a symbolic place to do battle with your contrite heart.  Ask your family today if they would like to spend one day together addressing commitment together.

To learn more about leading your family, come with your spouse and join TJC on the Battlefield, this 27APR at Chickamauga or this 11MAY at Gettysburg. Registration & more at .



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