Month: August 2015

How the Power of Grieving Prepares Us To Dance

 

Death. It is an inescapable fact of life.

 

Ecclesiastes 3:2,4 (NIV) describes that there is a season for everything, a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot… a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance. Continue reading

The Bravest Step You Can Take

Clark Kent.  Indiana Jones.  William Wallace. These were some of my favorite movie heroes growing up.  They were the bravest of men.  They faced enormous, sometimes super-human challenges.  They overcame.  They conquered.

 

I admired them for their courage.  I envied their indomitable will.

 

I used to believe these men had no fear.  How I longed to have no fear. Continue reading

Three Ways You Can Stop Striving and Become Truly Fulfilled

The pursuit of happiness. It drives us. It compels us. Sometimes it even tortures us. We all long to be happy, satisfied, fulfilled. Continue reading

How To Love Someone With Whom You Disagree

I grew up in Mayberry. I was raised in a time and place where most people believed in God, were proud of their country, knew right from wrong, valued hard work, and forged strong bonds between neighbors.

 

The older I got, the more I became aware of differences. Differences in background. Differences in lifestyle, in experiences, beliefs, worldview and just about everything else in between. Continue reading

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