Going the Wrong Way On the Way to the Right Way

Nobody is better at speaking truth in love than my wife, Angie. She’s a skilled therapist, but goes easy on me as I try to swim to the depths with her when it comes to the heart.

The other day, she gave me a children’s book called What the Road Said. The picture above is one of the pages. And it’s never been more relevant to me than right now.

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Speaker. Author. Writer. Passionate about faith, even when it’s feeblle, and social justice, even when it’s controversial. Also a real estate agent.

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Brandon A. Cox

Brandon A. Cox

Speaker. Author. Writer. Passionate about faith, even when it’s feeblle, and social justice, even when it’s controversial. Also a real estate agent.

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