It Will Take Time

How many of us think we should be able to bounce back from a harsh training session or a nasty cold? Maybe the young, in their twenties or thirties, friends can; but some of us more mature folks need a little more time. You are done with (_______________) you fill it in and now you... Continue Reading →

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Our Words

This is a short post... Actually I'm asking you to read someone else's post... OverwritingWritten by Seth Godinhttps://seths.blog/2019/06/overwriting/

What is it with Our Obedience?

We obey the doctor when we are told to take medication for our alignment. We obey the law to get a driver's license or register our dog. We obey the contracts we sign to have access to the Internet or television provider. So why do we struggle with obeying God's Word, God's calling on our... Continue Reading →

How do we make it to the end?

You might be asking... to what end? Ok, let me explain. Each of us has probably encountered a significant struggle in their life; it might be a dangerous job situation or just lost a job, diagnosed with cancer, lost a loved one, or maybe marital strife. All of these can shack anyone to the core,... Continue Reading →

Setting Goals

It’s that time of year where the word “goal” is spoken often.  It might be at work, personal development, or fitness related.  There is no avoiding it if you are employed, have an email account, on Facebook or watch television. So how do you set goals?  What gets you motivated to take them seriously?  Does... Continue Reading →

Customer Service — Show Respect

Back in the day when I wasn’t so gentle with customer service folks I had an encounter with a customer service rep on the phone with whom I was having a difficult time with. I wasn’t thinking straight and she stepped on my last nerve; well, actually that wasn’t the only person who stepped on... Continue Reading →

Jesus Didn’t Get Angry

When Martha questioned Jesus why He hadn't come earlier to heal Lazarus, Jesus didn't get angry with her... (as depicted in the Movie "The Greatest Story Ever Told"). Rather He was gentle with Martha in answering her, encouraging her through His words, and later by His actions when He raised Lazarus from the dead. Let's... Continue Reading →

Dare Ya!

I dare you? How often do we say that? I bet you not enough? But I bet the devil says that to us--just in his own words? Be mindful of the words you hear or read. If you don't, then those same words will become part of you, whether you wanted them to or not.... Continue Reading →

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