Five Great Reads on Life Resets

It’s Friday and it’s time for five great reads on life resets (in other words, grace!) from places across the Web including a couple you find right here on ReigniteMyStory.com.

Thanks for giving these posts a shot.  Enjoy!


Reignite.021Clemson player’s ‘soul searching’ gives him new perspective on life, football

Jay Guillermo is an imposing force at the center of the Clemson offensive life.  His battle with depression, however, almost led him to walk away from the game he loves. Click here to read his story.


Are your criticism and cynicism holding you back?

This is a great post from Donald Miller’s Storyline Blog.  What if it is that negative thinking in your head that is really altering the way that you see yourself and the world around you?  Allison Fallon talks about the challenge and the need to see things a new way.  Click here for more.


Reignite.023John 3:16, Amazing Grace and ‘wrenches’: Living a useful life

This was something that was on my mind this week.  I continue the series on one of the most famous of all verses — John 3:16 — with these thoughts on living a useful life.  Every reset leads us to see our lives in new ways.  Click here to read more.


Seven Ways to Approach Conflict at Church, Work

Carey Nieuwhof is a pastor in Canada and he does some excellent work on church issues and leadership challenges.  In this blog, he offers hope and help for those who are facing conflict at church or work.  Click here to read more.


Hurts like Hail

A blog post written by a friend of mine on his blog, Skipping Stones.  This is a great post on the power of words — words that can lift up or tear down.  Give it a read.  Click here to read the story.

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One Response to Five Great Reads on Life Resets

  1. Thanks for highlighting my post! Please know your words build me up!

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