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About Steve Schofield
Steve lives in Michigan and is married to his high-school sweetheart Cindy for 30+ years, has three children Marcus, Zach and Tayler. Steve has been involved in IT for over 20 years in many capacities. He has a passion for learning and sharing technology with the community. He is a book author, written 1000’s of blog articles on a variety of subjects.
He has written and self-published seven Christian devotionals book. Each book shares many miracles led by the Holy Spirit through devotions! Steve loves old trucks, including his "BLUE" 1952 F1, which his first devotional is named "52 Pickup" (which is a blue 1952 F1). Steve's loves his local community and volunteering in a multiple ways. He likes wearing socks with sandals, loves carhartt, both are required because of living in Michigan!
Titles By Steve Schofield
As you read, I hope God reveals insecurities in your own life including scripture to help work through whatever might be happening. It could be fear of the unknown, job change or loss, death of a loved one, or something else.
When I was young, I took swimming lessons. After the instructor said to jump into the pool like any kid, I ran and jumped into the deep end of the pool. For someone who couldn't swimg, that wasn't the smartest thing. I had to be rescued. From then on, if I went into the water, I would go into a panic if I couldn't touch the bottom
In January of 2012, I signed up for a triathlon.
I had never done anything close to this, not even a 5k run. In fact, it had been 25 years since I did any type of strenuous exercise. I wasn't sure how to train, or where to start to get into enough physical shape to complete the triathlon. Not to mention overcoming my fear of swimming.
But, God put this on my heart. And if he could give Abraham and Sarah a child in their golden years, he could help me swim, bike and run. I knew my journey wasn't going to be a dramatic as Sarah's, not by any stretch, but I had the faith to achieve my goals. And I hoped the training would help me develop the good habit to exercise.
In Remember the Nails, Steve Schofield asks us to try doing just that - remembering that Jesus endured the ultimate discomfort, for all for us. Can you give Him 40 days? This devotional will truly make you stop and think about being too comfortable. You will raise questions to yourself like "What fear do I need to overcome? What self-made obstacles can I push aside? What excuses can I forget?