The Power of Gratitude

What do you think the world might be like if we all chose to be thankful every day instead of complaining and critiquing everything and everyone?

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Ready to up your game? Here’s how!

Personally I am always looking for ways to up my game! What does that mean to me? It means that I want to increase the quality of my relationships – first with God, then with the significant people in my life. That’s my END GAME.

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Complaining rewires the brain

My husband found this and shared it on Facebook – I thought it was definitely worthy of sharing with you! “Complaining and brain science. Confirmed by ancient wisdom of Christ’s apostles! Do all things without grumbling…that you may be blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish….Philippians 2:13” http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/13634470? How Complaining Rewires Your Brain For Negativity THE BLOG How Complaining Rewires Your Brain For Negativity 12/26/2016 05:31 pm ET | Updated 6 days ago Dr. Travis Bradberry Author of #1… M.HUFFPOST.COM

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Beauty from Ashes

This morning as I start the day in prayer, my gaze is drawn to our Christmas tree so beautifully adorned with lights and ornaments. One particular ornament catches my eye, the one you see above. This one is made from volcanic ash. When I bought this ornament, my husband and I were in Seattle, WA visiting a group of Korean-Americans who wanted us to speak into the development of their church. I remembered how dazzled I was by the beauty of the area, how I understood why people from the Pacific Northwest always pine away for the beauty of this

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Sustainable Change for a Sustainable Life

There’s a lot of talk these days about “sustainability” particularly in regards to environmental issues. It occurs to me that there’s a similar dynamic in a person’s life – there are important conditions to cultivate in our lives which make them “sustainable”. Here’s one description for sustainability I found online: “Sustainability strives to balance our environmental, economic and social goals to produce more resilient systems that will endure into the future.” In other words, if we want to have a really good quality of life that endures for a long time, even down into the generations that come after us, we

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