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How to Set Great Goals (that you will actually accomplish)

Recently I did the course by Michael Hyatt, “5 Days To Your Best Year Ever.” The content of this course was well put together, efficient and thought-provoking. It was exactly...
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How to Encourage Yourself

This is a guest post by Daniel Henderson at www.strategicrenewal.com David, the great Old Testament figure, was no stranger to fatigue, fear, confusion, doubt, bad decisions, and second chances.  Like refreshing...
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What We Can Learn From The Healing of a Blind Man At Bethsaida – Mark 8:22-26

And they came to Bethsaida. And some people brought to him a blind man and begged him to touch him. And he took the blind man by the hand and...
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How to Share Your Heart and Still be Heard

Recently I’ve had to have some conversations with people that have been hard – to say the least. Truth has had to be spoken, otherwise it would have left a...
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Four Lessons for Fellow Cowboys from the Life of Keith Clerihue

This week my closest friend, Keith “Chet” Clerihue, went home to be with the Lord. A few years back he asked me to do his funeral, and as much as...
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An Outline For a Strong Start To Your Sermon

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedIn this week’s podcast, Josh Weidmann shares the best way to start off your sermon. There is no time more important than...
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Sermon and Study Notes for the Parable of the Ten Minas in Luke 19:11-27

This is without a doubt one of the hardest of the parables to exegete. I struggled with this passage for nearly twice as many hours as it takes to prep...

Prayer is An Appeal to the Strength of the Almighty God

“A dear friend of mine who was quite a lover of the chase, told me the following story: ‘Rising early one morning,’ he said, ‘I heard the baying of a...

The Pure Excitement of First Time Experiences

Last year my daughter, Grace, met Winnie the Pooh for the first time. Come to think of it, so did I – yet there was a drastic difference in the...
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When Urgent Needs to Wait

I’ve heard many strong leaders give this piece of advice; “Don’t let the urgent knock out the important.” While I appreciate that statement, I find it much harder to implement...
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Protect your time because small interruptions have big consequences

One time a mentor casually asked me if I answered the phone on Tuesdays. It took me a moment to process his question but it soon registered; he was asking...
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To Know Him and Make Him Known

The stars were shining bright as I looked to the sky tonight. I could not help but be mesmerized by the glow that shined through the little pinholes in the...

A Probing Question From My Dad, “What is keeping you from desiring God’s wisdom?”

In an recent email from my dad, he wrote:  One of the most intriguing questions is: if God were to grant you whatever you asked, what would you request? We...
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How I Write My Study Notes for My Sermon Prep

Every time I preach, there are over 10 different steps that I take to get my sermon to the final outline. I’ve share with you previously about my first step,...

How To Give Your Family More Than Your Leftovers

This morning my mom called. She is sweet and always has a way of sharing truth in love. After we caught up on life a bit, she said, “I need...