An Ordinary Guy Who Loves Jesus’ Church

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My name is Justin Davito.  I am dedicated to equipping others to love Jesus’ Church.

Below are some of my latest blogs.  If you have something to say, chime in on the comments!

How NOT to Waste Your Life

Growing up, we all have aspirations. For years, I wanted to be in the S.W.A.T. Team. Then it morphed into joining the Navy Seals. Yet, this is not what I chose. Did I waste my life? Others may may have desired to be a ballerina, a fireman, a stay at home mom, etc. Are...
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Why You Must Encourage Others

"But exhort one another every day, as long as it is called "today," that none of you have be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin." --Hebrews 3:13 What does the author of Hebrews indicate in the above verse? The author seems to indicate that we need one another. We...
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Priorities

Growing up, priorities change. When you are little, you have little to no priorities.  Once you attend school, priorities start to emerge. The older you get, the more priorities you have.  If you choose to marry and have children, priorities become more crucial. This...
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I think I joined a Cult

We all know someone who is an avid Apple "Fan Boy," right? iPhone's are the greatest phone ever invented. Well, until the following year. Just watch. Your friend will say the iPhone 7 is amazing until September when the 7s is debuted. Then the 7 is just a great phone,...
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3 Reasons to Blog in 2017

  I know, I know. It has been a while since I last blogged. A lot has happened. I need to blog and I want to encourage you to consider blogging, too. 1. It's a Great Hobby. Blogging is fun. It is relatively inexpensive. Of course, you need a device to write on....
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When Being Authentic is Stupid

Is being authentic a good thing? Can it be dumb? Should we be authentic with everyone? George wrote on Facebook, "The tall guy in my small group talks too much!" Helena wrote on her wall, "I wish my sister would just shut up and listen." "Sometimes I just want to...
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ESV Reader’s Bible Review

  My Favorite Bible This is by far my favorite Bible. It reads more so like a story. No more sectional divisions or verse numbers. It would have been nice if they completely removed chapter divisions, but I'll take what they produced. You'll want to watch the...
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Consumerism and Marriage

When it comes to shopping, we have many options to choose from. We have Ebay, Amazon, and much more (depending on what you are looking for).  When it comes to shopping we have options. Maybe this has caused some to be indecisive, right? How does this relate to young...
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The Day My Grandpa Had a Stroke

Here I was, sitting at the kitchen table working on my MacBook Pro. My Dad was calling me. I assumed it was work related (you see, he is a client of mine). I answered. "Papa had a stroke," he told me. Shock. Disbelief. Refusal to acknowledge this fact. After hanging...
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Email Newsletter Update (Video)

Yes, I am changing how and when I send out emails. My newsletter will be sent out only once a month. I think this will be a win for everybody. Think about it, no more receiving multiple emails a month from me. You will receive only one and in that email you'll have...
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Email Newsletter Update (Video)

Yes, I am changing how and when I send out emails. My newsletter will be sent out only once a month. I think this will be a win for everybody. Think about it, no more receiving multiple emails a month from me. You will receive only one and in that email you'll have...

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Thoughts on the Phone Challenge

Our culture is very phone focused. The iPhone 7 was just announced and many consumers are jealous. Maybe that is not the right word, but many are no longer content with their device. I'm not immune, either. It is not just the phones, it is also the need to remain...

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Video Blogging Announcement

I'm doing it! This is it.  I'm attempting to Vlog. Vlog stands for Video Blogging. Here goes nothing, right? I've recorded a handful of videos and will release new videos in the future. If this is something I decide to continue doing, I may invest in some lighting...

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Is Pokemon GO better than other Video Games

When Pokemon GO first released, I heard some say it is better than the other video games because at least people are walking around. Is that really the problem some parents and adults have with video games; a lack of exercise? If that is really the case, why is book...

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Don’t Go to Starbucks, Be the Starbucks

Rachel planned to ask her friends, Leah and Amelia, for coffee at Starbucks. It has been a while since just the 3 of them were able to spend time together after being hitched and settled down with their kids. Rachel's desire was to have a ladies night out. After...

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Pokemon GO Review for Parents

Pokemon GO is an interactive game that requires a smart device (Smartphone or Tablet). You walk around in real life and on your screen, you may come across Pokemon to catch. Different areas and buildings in real life also serves a purpose. For example, a church could...

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Give Your Phone a Bedtime Challenge

iPhones. Galaxys. IOS. Android. Samsung. Social Media. Texting. Email. Phones are great! How can they pack all of this technology in such a small device? Let's be honest, they are just mini computers. Phones can serve a great purpose and multiple purposes. Most people...

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A Warrior’s Arsenal August 2016

A Warrior's Arsenal consists of different articles across the web that I think would serve as an encouragement or a challenge to you, as it did to me. I try to keep it short and sweet. The original name of this blog was Redeemed Warrior. The reason for this is due to...

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The Problem with Gratitude

Have you ever been invited to a friend's house for dinner? They asked you to come to their house at 6pm. You arrive at 5:55pm to ensure you are not late. Throughout the night, laughs are shared, memories are made, and you leave refreshed. The generosity of your...

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