Perfection. It is a cultural expectation and a standard by which we live our lives. It often is the desired final destination of life's great pursuit. We want it so badly that we chase after it constantly. We crave it so intensely that we become consumed by it. Perfection becomes an obsession. We cannot escape… Continue reading Stop Expecting Perfection
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Be A Cheerful Giver This Christmas
The Christmas season is upon us and we are excited to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Jesus, though He was rich, became poor on our behalf, lived a sinless life, died on the cross offering up His life for ours, and rose again to give us the gift of a… Continue reading Be A Cheerful Giver This Christmas
I Changed My Perspective and I Changed My Life
We live in a world filled with negativity. I personally believe that we have created a culture where being overly negative and pessimistic is the norm and expected. Frankly, I think we as people like being the Debbie Downer. We "lose faith in humanity" on a daily basis, love to over-criticize everything, attack each other because… Continue reading I Changed My Perspective and I Changed My Life
Grab a Shovel. Life is Messy
I have had a message on my heart for weeks. Actually, I think it has been there for months. I've wanted to share it with you, with others, but I've struggled to adequately put it into words. With each passing day the message seems to gather strength as I personally experience it in my own life. I… Continue reading Grab a Shovel. Life is Messy
Tis’ the Season To Be Jolly, Kind and Generous
Every year it feels like Christmas sneaks up on us. One minute we are celebrating Independence Day, the next we are carving the Thanksgiving turkey and hanging the mistletoe. The year flies by like a speeding race car zooming down the homestretch on its way to victory. At times it is a complete blur. A crazy,… Continue reading Tis’ the Season To Be Jolly, Kind and Generous
Hey You! Are You Ready To Go Back To School?
It is hard to believe that it is that time of year again. Registration is complete. Supplies and lunch boxes have been purchased. Some children are excited, others are scared. Moms and Dads are happy to get the kids out of the house and into a routine. Friday nights at the lake will turn into Friday… Continue reading Hey You! Are You Ready To Go Back To School?
What Are You Waiting For? Go and Grow
As 2015 drew to a close my heart began to stir. A feeling of restlessness began to set in. As the days went on that feeling of being stuck grew stronger. Don't get me wrong. Things were good and my life was filled with many blessings. I just had these feelings of stagnation and discontent.… Continue reading What Are You Waiting For? Go and Grow
New Children’s Book “Matty McNutt and His Big But” To Launch This Fall
In December of 2013 we published our first children's book and began our mission to educate, empower, and inspire the next generation of world-changers. "Linnie Mae's New Friends" taught children (and adults) that all people have value and that we should not pass judgement against them when we do not know their story. To date,… Continue reading New Children’s Book “Matty McNutt and His Big But” To Launch This Fall
Too Much High-C is Bad For Your Life
Today's society is addicted to High-C. We thirst for it. We crave it. Some of us could not move forward without it. It is the main course of our diet and we consume a lot of it. Unfortunately, this High-C doesn't come in delicious flavors like fruit punch, orange, or Ecto Cooler. It cannot be found in… Continue reading Too Much High-C is Bad For Your Life
6 Reasons Your Family Should Serve Together
Do you serve together as a family? No? Why not? Here are 6 reasons why you should be: 1. The family that serves together grows together. Relationships are strengthened when you serve as a family. Spending time each week, each month outside your comfort zone leads to personal and family growth. You grow as individuals mentally, physically, socially… Continue reading 6 Reasons Your Family Should Serve Together
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