Monthly Archive:: May 2014

10 practices for encouraging an eternal perspective

Have you ever sat under a tree and gazed upward into the canopy of branches and leaves? Sometimes, I place a chair from the patio under the broad oak
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Walking by faith: seeing dimly, yet living fully

Have you ever found a part or a piece of something and you can’t figure out what it belongs to? You recognize the piece, but without the rest, it
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Three simple (but not easy) ways to grow in love

If love is a worthy investment, how can I use the summer to grow in it? Love can make or break my summer. If I accomplish a lot, make good money,
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Growing in love (this summer)

Let’s face it, there are people in our lives right now that are difficult for us to love. “Why can’t I feel more loving?” If you are settling back
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Four things for a “so much more” (great) summer!

There are times we all look back and wish we could have done things differently. If we could only go back, rewrite it and have a different story to
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Mending Brokenness with Thankfulness

I woke up with a heavy heart. Nothing is that bad. You know those days– the world is not as it ought to be. There is a dull ache
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Finding freedom from anxiety in each new day

Getting to the heart of anxiety and finding peace, Part 3- Will God really take care of me? Will I be able to take care of myself? Name some
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Replacing Anxiety with Trust

Being rid of anxiety and building trust, Part 2- What are you anxious about right now? There is always something to be overwhelmed about or stressed over. Anxiety can
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