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The Beauty of Vulnerability

“What makes you vulnerable makes you beautiful.” – Brené Brown

There is one thing that I am definitely not good at — being vulnerable. I’ve always been taught that vulnerability was a sign of weakness; that people will take advantage of you if you show weakness. 284 more words


July 28, 2014 - Quit? Who me?

Winners never quit and quitters never win, right? Wrong.

Read Henry Cloud’s Necessary Endings. Before something new and better can begin, often something else has to end. 35 more words


Throwback Thursday: To What End? Achieving Mission Through Intentional Practice

We have been thinking about intentional practice a lot lately.  The article below, written by Randi, appeared in ASTC Dimensions May/June 2008 issue.  If you would like to read more of Randi’s thoughts on intentional practice, be sure to read her 2007… 972 more words



Well if the Lord wills by the time you read this I will be into my first day at the Creative Church Conference. You might be wondering why I am not posting live from the event. 234 more words


Writing Takes Time

Writing takes time. I think that this is something that I’ve known. One of those “understoods” that can unfortunately not mean as much as in the abstract. 1,471 more words

Are you avoiding conflict in your life?

Maybe you think that if you don’t think about it, pretend it’s not there, it might go away?

I assure you, it won’t! In fact, it will become bigger the longer you allow it to fester. 390 more words


10 Ways to slow down and tell your children, “I Love You”

It is crazy how quickly the lazy days of summer can turn into the mad rush of summer camps, play dates, and activities. Since children spell love T-I-M-E, here is a list of things you can do to slow down and say, “I love you.” 149 more words