Making Lifestyle Changes That Last

The first few months of the year always begins with a frenzy of mixed feelings. For some of us, it is a mixture of fear and excitement, a reminder of how much time has passed. While for others, it is a time to be ecstatic with fresh motivation and hopeful

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Paradigm Shift

First, the title. What is a paradigm? It sounds like it might be a scientific term; yes it is. Paradigms Defined- A typical example; an example that serves as a model; in the philosophy of science, a generally accepted model of how ideas relate to one another, forming a conceptual

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Watch That Thought

Mark Twain wrote, “What a wee little part of a person’s life are his acts and his words! His real life is led in his head, and is known to none but himself. All day long, the mill of his brain is grinding, and his thoughts, not those other things,

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Reigning On Earth

Jesus has always been described as some sort of an enigma, A great man who walked on water. He healed the sick and raised the dead. He was human enough to feel our pains yet He was and is God. While Jesus is all of these things, it would impress

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Hang Your Boots-Rest

A recent survey of 10 and 11-year-old children asked what they liked most and least about their parents. Answers varied about what they liked most; but almost everyone responded the same with what they liked least, “When my mom or dad gets upset or yells.” Is our restlessness endangering the emotional

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A Heart of Service

It is amazing how creation thrives on a chain of giving and receiving, serving and being served. I will implore us to deeply consider this: God’s gift of salvation was preceded by love for mankind; and in this love exists all else that Christ manifested while He walked the earth.

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God of The Second Chances

A father had two sons. And because they were his family he refused to give up on them. While the younger brother was away wallowing in sin, the other was at home wallowing in self-righteousness. When the younger son ended up in a pig pen, with hunger tearing apart his

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A Catalyst Of Change

  Ever looked back at old pictures of you? As the seeming strange face stares back at you, you feel some amusement, disbelief and gratitude courses through you.  In a nutshell, you most probably will have problems reconciling who you are now with the face of the person staring back

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Starting Something New

I spoke to a friend the other day who effectively told me they wished they could create, but could never get over the line with any ideas. Sound familiar to anyone else? They were hamstrung by their 9-5 and felt frustrated watching others get things going while they seemed stuck

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