Pursuing Your Purpose

Receiving and taking action on God’s vision for you. Refining and working within your call and giftings.

And your ears shall hear a word behind you, saying, “This is the way, walk in it,” when you turn to the right or when you turn to the left. — Isaiah 30:21

Temptation Valley—Danger For the Weary

Struggling against oppressive heat and humidity on my morning walk a few days ago, the forecast high a blistering 105 degrees, I recorded my efforts to move and breathe. One of the most natural human responses when we find ourselves in a pit is to dig a little deeper. So I did. If Satan has a theme song, this is

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Preserving Your Passion and Identity in the Midst of Change

The world is changing. No one knows what August will look like, much less New Years 2021. My question to you is, “Does it matter?” The easy answer is a loud impassioned, “Yes!”, because what people fear most is the loss of control in the midst of change. Change can also play havoc with your art, your passion, and your

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The Reason for Conflict–Us vs Them

Given the choice, people tend to associate with others like themselves. Collective Identity is the shared sense of belonging to a group which establishes the rules, social mores, and doctrines to which members adhere. Leaders receive the power to define membership and guide group members. The primary reason for conflict is groups with incompatible values. Every group competes with every other group.

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Jesus Was the First Sherpa Leader

Pastors and leaders guided by the relationship principles Jesus taught His own disciples often think of themselves as shepherds. The biblical Greek word for shepherd translates into Latin as pastor.  Knowing more about Sherpas may help you as a shepherd or pastor since you both have limited flocks and unlimited commitment. “Jesus took Peter, James, and John his brother, and

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Preach the Gospel by Example – Lessons from Horses

Sharing the gospel has much in common with both teaching and leadership because the most effective way to share your knowledge and experience with others is to use both show and tell. Are you looking for a new way to share the gospel? Consider using horses. Merely talking about Jesus doesn’t always enhance understanding or relationship. The best opportunity to preach the gospel

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End Time Witness – What’s Your Message

This old world is rapidly aging as viruses, fires, floods, droughts, earthquakes, and storms ravage every continent. The clock of human history quickly runs down as nations, economies, and religions are either at war with one another or ready to implode upon themselves. In the midst, you must have some message; what is it? Whether you’re a parent, pastor, teacher,

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The Benefits of Being A Woman of A Certain Age

I’ve reached that “certain age.” One lesson I’ve learned from horses, losing parents, and developing physical restrictions myself, is the glorious freedom that comes with real limitations we’re wise enough to accept and laugh about. Ladies, there are benefits to aging! Genuine bonuses for achieving a certain age yourself and benefits to riding mature older horses. If you have an

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Preaching Without Words

Everyone preaches the gospel that lives in their hearts. If your heart sings in the key of grace, your words and actions ring with kindness, mercy, benevolence, and forgiveness. When preaching anything, the loudest testimony is behavior, not sophisticated vocabulary or passionate debate. Hearts wrapped in the guidance and grace of the Holy Spirit preach Jesus. The tone of one’s

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