Joël Malm

Joël Malm

The Freedom of Not Being Important

The Freedom of Not Being Important

When Emily and I were living in Latin America we’d come back to the United States every nine to twelve months. Without fail, while back, I’d run into different friends at church and at least one of them would say, “Hey bro! Haven’t seen you…

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When You Are Afraid of What Comes Next

When You Are Afraid of What Comes Next

Today I will finish writing the final chapter in a book I’ve been working on for over a year. I’ve shared the concept in churches all over the country. I’ve done tons of research. I even flew to the Bahamas to interview a prominent psychiatrist…

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If Yellowstone is Really Ready to Explode

If Yellowstone is Really Ready to Explode

I read a report yesterday about the increase in seismic activity around the globe. A slew of volcanoes around the world blew their tops in the past few days. There have been a number of earthquakes. Most concerning for America is that geologists are seeing…

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Why It’s Not a Strong Start That Matters

Why It’s Not a Strong Start That Matters

A few years ago the church I was attending showed a video of a busty, blonde lady giving her testimony on a Sunday morning. Just a few weeks earlier her life had been in shambles and her marriage nearly over. But she came to our…

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The Fears of Approaching 40

The Fears of Approaching 40

Last Monday I turned thirty-eight. Emily got up early and headed to her workout class with Elise. As soon as she left I headed to the porch to do my morning devotional. As I stepped out I heard tires squealing down the street in the…

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