I FOUND A HACK FOR THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

And it is Helping Me Reprioritize Things Once upon a time, people wanted to live under a set of laws, so God spoke to Moses and thus, the Ten Commandments. Perhaps those people figured that if they had a list of things to do and not to do, they would obey God (not sin andContinue reading “I FOUND A HACK FOR THE TEN COMMANDMENTS”

LIVING ON PURPOSE

Changing the World Dear Reader, Purpose could be best defined as glorifying God by doing what God says. That is what Jesus did, right? Therefore, if I want to make the world a better place than I found it, then I must be an active disciple (someone who imitates Jesus’ practices). I have to liveContinue reading “LIVING ON PURPOSE”

I THINK YOU’RE READY

The Final Practical Step for a Productive Year. Part 5. A fresh start looks and feels different for everyone and should not be taken lightly, because our whole new year is at stake. But creating a plan for the best does not have to be difficult.

Write the Vision Anew in 2022

“Why, God?… I know You see this mess so what are You going to do about it, and why haven’t You done it already?” (more of Leah’s paraphrasing)

Are You Really Ready for 2022? Part 3

A fresh start looks and feels different for everyone and should not be taken lightly, because our whole new year is at stake. But creating a plan for the best does not have to be difficult.

Are You Really Ready for 2022? Part 2

A fresh start looks and feels different for everyone and should not be taken lightly, because our whole new year is at stake. But creating a plan for the best does not have to be difficult.

Are You Really Ready for 2022? Part 2

Another Practical Step for a Productive New Year December 30, 2021 Okay, yesterday was a lot. I did my annual review of 2021, as I promised. The process took less than an hour but led to other steps that I want to share with you now. After the Annual Review If you did your review,Continue reading “Are You Really Ready for 2022? Part 2”

Serve

Last fall, my small group of primary caregivers—Shining Lights—adopted a local nursing home as a service project. Each year, the Pastor asks all group leaders to consider providing an act of kindness to the community. Many groups choose to partner with the church’s SERVE projects to clean up around an elementary school or at one of our local partners’ outreach locations.

Short and Sweet Inspiration #5

October Blues: Conquer the fear that lurks near the end of the year. My dearest reader, The final stretch for the year is here.  We can see the finish line, the white ribbon stretched across the track, and either we will fly through it and take hold of the prize at the end, or we canContinue reading “Short and Sweet Inspiration #5”

Love at a Wedding: Love Letter #1

Dear Reader, A wedding has to be the worst place to meet your true love. But somewhere in between the minister’s prayers, the elated couple standing at the altar reciting their vows and the candlelight flickering all over the sanctuary, a girl’s heart softens. At least mine did on a crisp fall afternoon while witnessingContinue reading “Love at a Wedding: Love Letter #1”

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