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030: Now What? Our Everyday Reality as Christians

As a young adult Christian I was constantly wondering what my life was supposed to look like as a follower of Christ. My everyday life. How does one “serve Christ,” really, with all these distractions? What careers count? I definitely...

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Confession: I Want to Be an Expert

Especially if you spend much time writing and/or promoting online, you run-into plenty of advice about building yourself up to be an expert in your field. Authors suggest one can become an expert – a leader – in almost any...

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Need Some Endurance? Me Too.

Sometimes we NEED to change our circumstances instead of complaining about it all the time.  And sometimes we need to stick with the plan and quit the redundant doubting.  This week for the 12,000th time I had to remind myself...

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019: The Overwhelming Job of Parenting

  First of all, there are some glitches in the technology in today’s show here and there. I know about them and apologize. I think I was talking too fast for my computer. 😉   Been thinking about parenting and...

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What Does A Life of Spirituality Look Like?

I’ve always been a 5-year-plan kind ‘o gal. No doubt it’s closely connected to my desire to feel in control. I want to know what is happening right now, what’s supposed to happen tomorrow, and what is happening after that....

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002: Knowing God’s Will for Your Life – Vocation

It seems like the first 30 years of my life, I spent a lot of time asking what God’s plan was for us, discussing it with friends, or analyzing what He might be trying to tell me.  When I discovered...

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When Your Dreams and Your Reality Are Staring Each Other Down

Last week Hearts at Home inspired me to write about giving yourself permission to dream. But today we need to pause for a moment and think a little about how this fits into where God has us now….Planning.  Plotting.  Preparing....

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Attention Personality Type B

Is it just me, or do we tend to believe (unconsciously maybe) that things should and will just fall into place?  Not to say we don’t worry.  We worry.  But sometimes we hope that, despite our lack of planning or...

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