Archive | Phil Tuttle


The Person, Not the Problem

by Phil Tuttle I was hanging out with some friends one night when we were in high school, and we decided to go get some pizza. A good friend of mine was old enough to have her driver’s license, so, of course, she drove. When we finished eating and came out of the restaurant, we […]

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There’s a Reason

by Phil Tuttle “There’s a reason a car’s windshield is way bigger than its rear view mirror.” That’s how my Dad used to make the point that we ought to spend much more time looking forward than backward. The Apostle Paul shared the same wisdom centuries earlier in Philippians 3:13-14: “Brothers and sisters, I do […]

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In Search of the Right Error

Avoiding the Wrong Side of Compassion by Phil Tuttle A few years ago, I actually decided that I was too compassionate. I came to that conclusion when I was pastoring a little country church in a town of 850 in Illinois. Whenever someone down on his luck would come to the town and need help, […]

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No Time for Slumps

by Phil Tuttle Summer has begun, but that doesn’t mean things are slowing down at Walk Thru the Bible. In fact, this is one of our busiest times of the year. We’re continuing to develop new resources and plan strategic events in the U.S. and with our international partners, including a major training next month […]

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