Author Archives: Bob Condly // Associate Pastor

About Bob Condly // Associate Pastor

I am a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ, husband to Grace, father to three children, and associate pastor at Victory International Fellowship in Brookfield, WI.

Better Than the Bible?

Have you ever heard of the golden rule? It’s a moral precept promoted in one form or another by nearly every religion. In the Christian version, Jesus urges His disciples to “do unto others as you would have them do … Continue reading

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Silent Speech

Following Jesus has its share of challenges. The Lord may call you to give when you’re nervous about your bank account. Or, He may direct you to show kindness to a bully. You may gripe, but at least you get … Continue reading

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Ministry Tips From a Shirt

About a month ago, I came across the image that you see at the top of the page. Drawn by Roman Nurik, a designer who works for Google in New York, it wasn’t his first attempt; he’d drawn two prior … Continue reading

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What Advice Would You Give?

On Wednesday, I listened to one of my favorite podcasts, The Ray Edwards Show. Ray combines strong faith in Jesus with sound business insights and a great sense of humor, so I get a lot out of his program. In … Continue reading

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Instead of Arguing, Why Not Just Ask God?

When you don’t know what to do next, pray. When you have to make a decision, ask the Lord for the right answer. When you can’t reach an agreement with someone, don’t insist on your way or cave in to … Continue reading

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You Can Know That You’re Humble

“The minute you think you’re humble, you’re not.” And then there was the guy who was proud of his humility! And why not? He must have worked hard to get it! Humility has a tough time among the virtues. You … Continue reading

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Praying for People, Not Puppets

What goes through your mind when you pray for people? Do you sense that God sometimes gives you the words to speak aloud? Or maybe you know exactly what that person should think, believe, or do? Wouldn’t prayer be easier … Continue reading

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