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At Some Point, We All Need a Little Help

How often do you hear someone say “I know what I should be doing, I’m just not doing it”. The simplicity of their statement implies that the behavior they’re seeking is like turning a light on and off.  The reality … Continue reading

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Facing Down Fear

In the past year I’ve written two different blog posts on the idea that we’re always “on stage”.  While not the main focus of this blog, the idea of influencing people when we have no idea the impression is being … Continue reading

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Make No Mistake, You’re Always On Stage

Recently I went through two very unique experiences both born out of a simple habit I developed back during my days in college.  I’ve always been a sponge for information and love to read…when it’s on a subject I’m interested … Continue reading

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What Do You Teach a Child to do With a Dollar?

What do you teach a child to do with a dollar?  After all, it’s only a dollar, right?  Well, there are two primary schools of thought.  The first and much more common is that it’s only a dollar, so what … Continue reading

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The Treasures from Trials

My pastor’s “Daily Word” is an email devotional that he publishes Monday through Friday each week.  The message the day following my MRI reading and the scheduling of my shoulder & bicep surgery couldn’t have been more timely.  The theme … Continue reading

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The Game Few Are Playing

A football game in the NFL technically consist of four fifteen minute quarters and yet the average game runs over three hours due to the start and stop nature of the action.  Add in commercial breaks and the sometimes meandering … Continue reading

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So How About Those New Year’s Resolutions?

With the first month of 2016 coming to a close, New Years seems like only a distant memory.  It is by far the most popular day of the year for setting new goals and resolutions and yet most people fall … Continue reading

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