About The Site

In July of 2010, Dr. Steve Harper launched the Oboedire site to provide a multi-faceted perspective on Christian spiritual formation. Since then, he has written on a host of topics. 

The anchor series for Oboedire is “In-Sight.” It posts the first Saturday of each month, and it explores the spiritual life from a variety of vantage points.

” Day One” is a post for the Oboedire family. It provides updates. Steve also uses it to share ideas he does not intend to develop into full-fledged posts…and…to suggest resources for spiritual formation.

 “Along the Way” is an occasional series that addresses current issues. The spiritual life is holistic, encompassing every area of lufe.

Other occasional posts have apoeared over the years. Everything is archived alphabetically in the”Categories” list on the righthand sidebar of the Oboedire home page.  To read a topic in chronological order, open it and scroll to the bottom, where you will find the introductory post. Then read your way back up to the latest writing.

Some Oboedire readers use the posts in small-group conversations at church, school or work.  The “Conversations” icon at the top of the home page contains a simple guide to assist you if you want to use the Oboedire writings with your friends.

You’ll get the most from Oboedire by becoming a subscriber.  It’s free.  You will receive future posts automatically, as well as any other information. To subscribe, go to the righthand sidebar and enter your email into the “Sign Me Up” box.

In addition to the blogs, you can find out about Steve’s books.  Go to the righthand sidebar and tap the “My Books” link.

And remember, Oboedire grows as you share particular posts on your social media, and as you let others know about the site. Thank you for helping spread the word about Oboedire.

4 Responses to About The Site

  1. Thank you for your fresh voice in a seeming endless voice of negative, even vicious words that divide!

  2. Just Pastor Eric says:

    Wow… putting into practice what we consume mentally… what a concept… I should probably be intentional about that, before I grind myself down any further. HAH. Steve! I cannot tell you how many times I have quoted you (about the balance of head and heart, worship being the central act of God’s people, etc.) May God’s ministry continue through you, now that your schedule is a bit.. um.. different! Big hugs. EJK Asbury 2002-2007

  3. Michael D. says:

    Steve: I thoroughly enjoyed your article “Courage to Keep On Praying” in the March / April 2013 edition of “The Upper Room.” I found it very inspiring and challenging.

  4. Rev. Henry De-graft Appiah says:

    am happy to know about oboedire and hope to experience it one day in my life.
    hope to learn more as I keenly follow your activities or program. I hope to establish on in Ghana – Africa. God bless you.

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