Adapting to Change

No one likes change, yet it’s inevitable. Like time, change waits for no one and as Carey Nieuwhof puts it, it doesn’t ask permission either. The only thing unchanging in this life is God. As we age, adapting to change becomes more of a struggle. But it doesn’t have to be so complicated. Change happens …

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Thou Shall Not Worry

Habits are hard to break for a reason. Take it from me, a recovering worrier. It’s a  battle to stop the worry gremlins in my head, but it can be done. This continual battle is won not by myself, but with a little help from my friends and a lot of wisdom from God. I’m …

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In Real Life

Look at many people younger than 30 and you’ll see it. Head down, attention focused on their phone or device more than the real world. Heck, it’s happening to me and I’m well past 30! We rely so much on communicating with others via text or social media that in-person communication is becoming a lost …

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50 Life Lessons Continued

Life is full of lessons, but are we learning them? As I continue to share 50 life lessons learned so far, this week we’ll break them down by soul, mind and body. As with last week, there are many more, but it’s my prayer these will speak to you and your life. [tweetthis]Find soul, mind …

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Finding Joy

Advent is a time for preparing our hearts and homes for Jesus. I don’t want it to be about hurriedly buying gifts, hastily baking cookies and squeezing events into an already bulging calendar. Instead of purposefully preparing for Jesus, I end up trying to survive with a smile. Not this year. Coming off a busy …

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