On this week’s “You’ve Got This,” I talk with Chuck Musselwhite about the importance of having devotions as a family. Chuck has been in full-time ministry for more than 25 years. He started out as a youth pastor at Santa Maria First Assembly of God after graduating from Vanguard University. After his first position, he worked at several churches until 2007 when he and his family, along with a dedicated group of people, planted The Village Chapel in Vandenberg Village, California. In 2017, Chuck started a blog that posted devotionals five times a week called the Daily Walk Devotion. In November 2018, he produced his first devotional book called the Daily Walk Devotion. Chuck married his wife, Jennifer, in 1997, and they have four children, two of which are special needs. He loves to take daily prayer walks and get out on his mountain bike to ride the trails.
“It is amazing something that was written 3,000 years ago can still be so pertinent and applicable to our life today,” Chuck said. “People sometimes forget that God’s Word is living and active and powerful because they treat devotions as information. God’s Word is able to cut right through the minutest of issues and speak and minister to that.”
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