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Unsocially Socializing

Recently I re-joined the social media world. While I used to stand on the outside looking in, I jumped right into the deep end of the pool on this one.
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This Little Light Of Mine

A while back, I was having coffee with a friend of mine. Very nonchalantly she requested my prayers for her father. He was in seminary to become pastor of his
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Kindness Matters

As I stood at the deli counter with my teenage daughter, I was having some pretty big regrets about bringing her with me to the grocery store. What is it
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Extinguish Your Angst

For the longest time, I carried the weight of my sins around with me. Some of them worn proudly like a badge on a scout vest, others hidden away where
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Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing

Last night was adult choir practice at my church. A small whisper in my head has tugged at me for years and told me to go and join but I
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Making Beds and Checking Heads

Lately I’ve been super motivated. I’m drinking coffee when it’s hot, I’m writing almost every day, I’m hashtagging things; I even managed to get on my Peloton and ride a
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Perception VS Reality

Sometimes in life we will come across a person who lacks perspective. When lies begin to skew our view of the truth, perception becomes reality. What people hear, think, and
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Finding Meaning in the Meaningless

Today was a hard day. Someone I love lost someone they love. For those of you keeping score, tragedies still suck. Loss is devastating. I’ve compared it before to the
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Battle Wounds and Scars

I was having a conversation on a hot-topic debate going on in our nation right now with a friend the other day. We both saw eye to eye and, as
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With This Ring

Lately, married people have been coming to me to administer a little ministering. It could be a friend dissatisfied with her marriage and asking for prayer, or a pal who
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Churches as Tech Community Centers

Automation anxiety is real. According to a recent Pew survey, 72 percent of Americans
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Can Eating a Plant-Based Diet Save the World?

There are many reasons that people choose to eat a primarily plant-based diet.
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Adapt or Die: How to Future-Proof Your Church

How churches engage in ministry is changing more rapidly than ever before. The continued exponential growth of technology, global collaboration and growing disruptions caused by these developments will only continue to force ministries to adapt or die. Here are several ways that you can begin to “future-proof” your church.
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