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I have decided to blog under my own name. For that reason my blog has a new address. Please visit:

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Darrell G. Wolfe The Blog

Eradicating Debt, Experiencing the Supernatural, Exploring Good Success

Who are you?


  • You are someone who is:
    • Tired of debt.
    • Discontent with religion as-we-know-it
    • Done feeling the stress and pressures of being merely natural. 
  • You want to find:

What can you expect?

  • I will be posting here at least once a week. 
    • Each post will be scheduled on Mondays. 
  • I will put out special posts periodically. 
  • I will send some Twitter posts to the blog when I feel it could help you. 

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     My aim is to bring my own focus, for the benefit of you my reader, and so I will post to the following categories:
    1. Spiritual Growth
      1. Things that will feed your spirit, including studies in the Word of God.  
    2. Leadership
      1. Things that will help you become the leader you were always meant to be.
    3. Keys To Success 
      1. Things that will help you succeed in the world marketplace. These could be concepts, ideas, professional growth tips, etc. 
    4. Financial Excellence 
      1. Things that will help you succeed in the area of finances.
    5. Technology & Tools 
      1. As a geek I'm always looking for new tools or toys. I tend to do things the hard way, try three new things and then pick the one I like. I'll share reviews that I think will help you as a reader narrow things down much faster if you are just looking to jump to the right thing. 
    6. News & Events 
      1. My personal commentary and perspective on recent news and events, either common news, local news, or news and events in my personal life.

    Who am I?


    My name is Darrell G. Wolfe. 




    • I am a Child of my Father, Friend of Brother, Student of my Teacher.
    • Husband, Father, Uncle, Son, and Friend
    • Creative Writer
    • Audio Mixer Musician
    • Blogger and Author
    • Professional trades have included...
      • Banker
      • Restaurant Server
      • Tire Installer
      • Cowboy Hat Shaper
      • Other...

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    Darrell's Reading List


    Here are some books I've been reading lately:
    • Hacker: The Outlaw Chronicles (here) by Ted Dekker (Author). The story of a young Hacker girl, who went on a wild adventure into the supernatural realm beyond trying to save her mom, but saved her self too in the process.
    • Saint: A Paradise Novel (here) by Ted Dekker (Author). He's an assassin, or is he? He finds a secret to his past that unlocks supernatural abilities, at a cost.
    • For a full list of all my book suggestions, see my Amazon Store.

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