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

Your Daily Ministry – Serve and Obey

You woke up this morning for one main reason; God has plans for you. Regardless of where you woke up, or in what condition you met the day, you’re here with a purpose; daily ministry. Whatever you do with the resources God loans you today defines your ministry. Some speak, others listen. Some build, others demolish. Some work from home,

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Why I Believe That YOU Are An Overcomer

It’s been said that 80% of success is just showing up. I second that. The most important characteristic of overcomers is persistence. The next is the hope that change is possible. I believe you have what it takes to be an overcomer. Here’s why.   Since you’re reading this, you’re probably an overcomer. I say that because you took action

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Unexpected Fear – When God Changes Your Gifts

I don’t do nervous. Until recently, I believed that. Then unexpected fear came to visit. It was only a three-minute presentation, but there I was, concerned about what to wear because I didn’t want to walk to the microphone with my pants sweat-clinging to the back of my legs from warm chairs. In other words, I was nervous. Earlier in

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The Consequences of Change You Didn’t See Coming

I did not cuss. Sometimes the unexpected consequences of change HURT. Last Wednesday evening I worked nineteen-year-old Ace indoors on a longeline, encouraging him to express himself physically and emotionally. Last summer, after eight years of keeping every promise I made, special-needs Ace finally committed to our relationship. He loves attention but isn’t one to crave work for its own

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Leadership – Horsemanship – Discipleship

I’ve been a leadership junkie for decades. Transitioning from corporate America, consulting, and motivational speaking to horse training wasn’t as difficult as it may seem at first blush, because the rules for success were the same. The move from the horse industry to ministry was a bit more complicated, but I’ve discovered that the method Jesus used to “train up”

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7 Tips to Maximize Your New Year – Pace the Race

My first resolution for 2019 is to Pace the Race. Life is a marathon with mile markers between the beginning and end, some accompanied by squeals of delight while others peel the skin right off whatever hits first. Wins and losses are by-products of living. If all you experience are blessings, you’re likely spoiled and insufferable, entitled and conceited – and

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7 Ways Obstacles and Challenges Improve Your Life

  I love obstacles. Sometimes we think of obstacles as bad and challenges as good. I tend to think they’re one and the same. What makes one good or bad isn’t in the details, but how we choose to respond. The idea of a daily routine is laughable, few of my days are carbon copies of another. I’ve often wondered

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Overwhelmed? A Message Most of Us Need to Hear

Once a year I sit myself down for a serious talk about the same two things. Each year distractions foil my resolve to master two simple concepts. The first is simplify. The second is — Slow down! If you have one mega-calorie nutrition bar capable of sustaining life for three weeks, would you eat it all at once or portion it

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