Latest posts from Michael DiMarco



Men, do not make your wife your first priority

Men, do not make your wife your first priority. Love your wife as Christ loved the church. Christ’s first priority was glorifying the Father. Christ loving the church meant sacrificial love. It was sacrificial to say hard things that were for the church’s good. Christ loves the church by encouragement and admonishment, by watering and pruning. “Happy wife, happy life” is not biblical because Christ’s priorities concerning the church never […]



Inspiration has a name and it is Inky

As an Oregon Duck living in Tennessee and looking forward to the Vols going to my hometown to play the Ducks in football this year, this video is a must watch for fans of any team.



Darth Vader Burned the Toast

Occasionally I’m blessed with readers of my books reaching out to me to tell me about how the book had an impact on their life. One reader of God Guy is a budding movie maker using CGI and stop animation. Thanks for the kind words in your message Morley and enjoy this video everyone!


Hackers and the Grace of God

I’ve always loved technology; it’s always come naturally to me. The best Christmas gift I ever got was an Atari 2600 game system, back when a controller was one joystick with one red button. But Space Invaders aside, as technology seeks to make our lives easier, it also becomes more complex. To make your thoughts available on the web for the world to see, you need a server to host […]


Own It!

(Releasing Sept. 2013) It’s time to stop borrowing or faking your faith . . . own it! The feature film Grace Unplugged tells the story of Grace Trey, an eighteen year-old small town pastor’s daughter who is also a phenomenal singer. But when she abruptly leaves home and finds instant Hollywood fame, the faith and relationships she grew up with are put to the test. As seen in the movie, […]


Humility vs. Humiliation

  Humility is when you choose a humble path before others point it out to you. When others point it out, it’s called humiliation. Good news: both are good for you. Bad news: maturity is only present in the humble act. Hope: learning from humiliation can lead to humility next time. Reality: saving face or spin is never humble. (Click on the pic below for an example of public humiliation!)


I'm Sorry

Counsel for anyone that needs to make an apology. An apology has to contain three things: 1. The words “I’m sorry.” 2. An absence of excuses or spin. 3. A statement of “what can I do to make things right?”


God Guy

When you become a God Guy, your life will never be the same. The God Guy is the most amazing guy on earth. He loves God with all his heart, soul, mind, and strength. He knows where he came from and where he is going. His life isn’t perfect–sometimes it’s messy. But what makes him different from just any guy is his relationship with the Creator of the universe. A […]


Devotions for the God Guy

You’re on the path to becoming a God Guy. Here’s a daily map to guide each step. The God Guy is always on a journey to becoming the man God created him to be. That means that every day, the God Guy needs time with his Creator to reflect on where he’s been, where he’s at, and where he’s going. Devotions for the God Guy is your daily guide to choosing […]


The Big Picture

(Releases Sept. 2013) The Big Picture is a gospel-centered book for teenagers and young adults that tells the story of the God who has always been with man and, through his Son and Spirit, always will. Best-selling authors Hayley and Michael DiMarco guide readers to be more aware of God’s presence with us today and better sense His call for us to make disciples of all nations. The gospel didn’t begin […]