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Journaling For Lent

February 15, 2021 1 Comment
Journaling For Lent

Journaling has been a great tool in my own spiritual growth. Lent as a preparation for Easter is a great time to make use of a journal to record our reflections as we focus on the problem of our sin and the depth of Jesus work on the cross. In this post, we will take […]

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The Way of The Cross

February 9, 2021 0 Comments
The Way of The Cross

Hanging on the wall in my home office is a crucifix. No, there is nothing magical or miraculous about it. It is just a bit of formed metal and plastic; however, it does play an important reminder in my life. It is a reminder that my life has been bought with an incredible great price; […]

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Present: My One Word for 2021

January 18, 2021 0 Comments
Present: My One Word for 2021

Several years ago I started the practice of having a single word that would help bring focus for the year. My one word for 2021 is, “Present.” I hope sharing my one word will help encourage you to live out a great 2021 Some of my past words have been Expansion (for 2020), others were […]

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07: Don’t Just Make Annual Goals – Take Advantage of What you Already Have

December 21, 2020 0 Comments
07: Don’t Just Make Annual Goals – Take Advantage of What you Already Have

We are rapidly approaching a New Year so now is the perfect time to evaluate this past year as we make plans for a great New Year.  In this podcast episode I explore something a little different from your normal goal setting and vision casting. No doubt goal setting is important but in this episode […]

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Christian Standard Bible Single Column Personal Size Bible: A Review

June 29, 2020 0 Comments
Christian Standard Bible Single Column Personal Size Bible: A Review

I thought I would start reviewing some of my personal Bibles and why they have a place in my Bible Study Tool Box . In this first one, I review the CSB / Christian Standard Bible Single Column Personal Size Bible in Brown Genuine Leather by Holman Bible Publishers A Few Highlights from the Video […]

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In Suffering – Stand in the Glory

April 6, 2020 0 Comments
In Suffering – Stand in the Glory

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is going to be revealed in us. – Romans 8:18 (CSB) We all experience struggles of life. Some of these rise to the level of being catastrophic. At times life just seems too hard. At the time […]

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Finding Greater Faith and Purpose for Life – A YouTube Introduction

February 24, 2020 0 Comments
Finding Greater Faith and  Purpose for Life – A YouTube Introduction

Well, I will never be accused of being an early adopter. I recently launched my podcast and I have decided to enter the world of YouTube. Just like my blog and podcast my primary goal is to encourage others to find greater faith in Jesus and live out their purpose for life. In my very […]

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Expansion – My One Word for 2020 – Part I

December 30, 2019 1 Comment
Expansion – My One Word for 2020 – Part I

I don’t have a “one word” every year but on the years that I do they seem to just show up. I don’t go through some exercise to think one up. They could be seeds planted by the Holy Spirit or they could be my imagination. What I do know is when they do show […]

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Why Details Matter

January 28, 2019 0 Comments
Why Details Matter

Back in 2013 I wrote a post about how your big picture is overrated. Yes a complete vision (your big picture) of what you want to accomplish is important but if we fail to know the needed details for today we will never make our big picture a reality. That is why details matter. I […]

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It’s Easy to Be a Critic

September 24, 2018 0 Comments
It’s Easy to Be a Critic

“Critics don’t change the future, creators do.” – Terry Weaver If you spend any time at all on social media and / or the blogosphere, it will not take long to find the critics. They love to find the smallest details to rail against. They are skilled at turning the biggest non-issue into the biggest […]

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