How to Reset with God

All relationships have to be reset from time to time, including our relationship with God. In spite of our best intentions, stuff happens. A relationship that was once vibrant and healthy can turn south quickly. When we offend - intentionally or unintentionally - it drives a wedge and creates relational distance. Thankfully, our conscience has... Continue Reading →

Echoes from the Cross – The Power of “It is finished”

When Jesus had received the sour wine, he said, “It is finished,” and he bowed his head and gave up his spirit. - John 19:30 Every word spoken by Jesus is transformational, but the words He uttered while on the Cross seem to have a special resonance about them. There's an echo, if you will,... Continue Reading →

3 Keys to Taking the Grind out of Work

If you ever feel like your job lacks purpose and meaning, you are not alone. Gallup surveys on employee engagement have consistently found that around 70% of folks are not into their jobs. This means that for 7 out of 10 people, their bodies are showing up for work every day, but their hearts are... Continue Reading →

The Beauty of Imperfection

Our new little dog, Sassie, has made quite a splash with the family. She's a teacup sized Shorkie (Shitzu/Yorkie), with an underbite. The older she gets, the more pronounced the underbite. But because she's ours, we don't mind it. We still think Sassie's the best. We overlook her imperfections and focus instead on her big... Continue Reading →

Dissed in December – When it isn’t the Happiest Season of All

If you're feeling dissed in December, welcome to the party. I mean, maybe it's just me, but have you noticed how family drama escalates during the holidays? Actually, it is well-documented that "the happiest season of all" can also be the most stressful. There is just something about the month of December that can be... Continue Reading →

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