Select Photo or Category Title to Browse Articles
No matter how much you like another person, at some point, conflict is likely to happen. While most conflicts are trivial (like trying to decide where to go for lunch), when left untended, any conflict can fester and grow. That’s why it’s important to resolve relationship conflicts before they have
Personal revival isn’t once and done, but a continuing commitment to compare progress, habits, and priorities with what you’ve accomplished in the past and the way God’s word tells you to run your race. I love my life, my husband, my work, and my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. But
How do you make wise decisions about Covid-19, conflicting messages from the pulpit, or dealing with conflict in a way that glorifies God? These days, separating light from dark, truth from falsehood, and right from wrong requires gathering and evaluating data, then moving through each issue in an orderly way.
Ecumenism is the effort to unify the thousands of brands of “Christianity” into one orderly body. It sounds noble, and while unity is a powerful biblical principle, somehow it’s failing in practice. Maybe the problem is the exclusivity of Jesus Christ and God’s unchangeable nature. 1 Corinthians chapter 1 offers
Dear Friend, A message and a question… I’ve marveled many times when 4-legged critters display greater savvy than we do. For example, no one could convince Diva the Dachshund that they were me. She’d take one sniff with her long nose, listen to one word with her magnificent ears, and
In Honor Of International Dog Day I want to tip my cap to canine wisdom. You can learn a lot from watching dogs. Thinking more like a dog may help you feel happier at work and advance in your career. I learned some of my most valuable lessons about relationship,
Tragedy is that our attention centers on what people are not, rather than on what they are and who they may become. Brennan Manning Tweet When did you last think, “What an amateur, who would pay him?” or “Someone needs to take her aside and tell her that she’s never
Be careful what you wish for. You never know who will be listening. Terry Pratchett Tweet Two squirrels busied themselves on the grass beside the walking trail this morning as I made my daily trek between the backyards of suburban houses and a creek tucked into a dense wood in
Is there something you’re about to give up for good — or maybe disappear from or pause for awhile? Real stewardship today means you’re constantly rearranging schedules and assessing all the people, things, and commitments that devour your resources. There’s a seismic difference between scorched earth and retrenchment, between annihilation
Should you pass or press on when your horse tells you that he’s not comfortable with a gait, surroundings, or maneuver? You must know which option makes the situation more positive and which is an excuse to avoid an issue you don’t want to address. Sometimes the plan to exclude
Commitment is the engine that pulls you across the finish line. No one knows for certain what will happen once they take the first step. However, far more critical to success than knowing Step 2 is resolving to take Step 1. Plans and dreams remain hypotheticals until you make the
Stay connected for the latest articles, opportunities, and ongoing support as you move your vision closer to the finish line.
Plus, you’ll receive a complimentary copy of “Discover Vision Casting.”