Category Archives: Life Lessons

‘X’ marks the spot: Giving up everything to find priceless treasure

What are you willing to give up to find “priceless” treasure? Are you willing to give it up happily? Continue reading

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You have a story to share and it is worth telling

Every story, yours included, has a current moment/season (present). It has a place where it started (past) and it has a destination where it is headed (future). Continue reading

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Five biscuits and two fish sticks: All it takes to show some faith

“Where’s the closest Wal-Mart?” That might as well be the modern equivalent of what Jesus asked Philip at the start of the famed story of Jesus feeding 5,000.  Jesus is concerned about immediate need of this large group and he … Continue reading

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Mark 6: Touching the robe of Jesus to ‘be whole’

What does it take to be healed? Scripture gives us many accounts of those with the faith to touch Jesus’ robe and be healed. Continue reading

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Breaking the silence and finding my voice again

There’s a time when you need to break your silence and start using your voice again. Continue reading

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Your epic life story deserves an epic lead: Lessons from Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig’s retirement speech gives us a glimpse into an “epic” lead for a life story. What if we could find our own epic leads? Continue reading

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Are we getting even or getting in the way? Revenge and God’s justice

Don’t get mad, get even. Is that your feeling when someone does something that hurts you? What if we were challenged to do something bigger than our own feelings of revenge? Continue reading

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