Monthly Archives: November 2015

“Be radical.  Just wake up and DECIDE.”
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“Be radical. Just wake up and DECIDE.”

Must post this FB post from a beautiful young lady I’m coaching.  We have long and storied relationship and I’m so honored to be in her life.  To see this message on her FB page makes my soul sing.  I just have to pass it on. “I see a lot of ladies on FB posting […]

Living In Your Holy Tension
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Living In Your Holy Tension

Jesus healed the woman with the disease that caused her to bleed. Not much is known about this woman. Not even a name. But what this woman did remained clear in people’s minds. Three of the four gospels have recorded what she did. They missed her name but they did not miss what she bravely […]

Gather…..
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Gather…..

I could feel it settling over me like a heavy blanket. I was grumpy and snappy at my kids and husband. I sent a quick text to my friend, “I feel grumpy today.” and yet I didn’t quite know why. I went about my morning setting up a baby shower for a friend of mine. […]

It is Dangerous to Hope
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It is Dangerous to Hope

A sentence in my Facebook stream from a grown youth caught my attention—and stuck with me for hours. She posted “Quitting my job today actually felt like hope.” This is Janelle making a big and scary decision that is actually Plan B. She wrote a blog about this decision which I must share with you. […]

“Your full identity can’t be in that person.”
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“Your full identity can’t be in that person.”

This a bit weird but I’m going to quote a seemingly wisened Justin Bieber. I’ve been on a series here of how too many people contort themselves to find love or to fill that need to be lovable. This “series” may be consistent throughout the content of Brave Dating Coach because it is core to […]

15 Questions (and maybe some answers), Part 1 of 15
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15 Questions (and maybe some answers), Part 1 of 15

Question #1 Is the guitar-driven worship model we’ve been seeing in churches for 20 years still relevant and effective? In a time when nearly all of our popular music is electronically created are we still connecting with the younger generation? Have you ever wondered why the worship sound in contemporary churches across America hasn’t really […]

Where’s my part today?
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Where’s my part today?

So as I type, I am hearing the scrape, scrape, scrape of four men scraping down the insides of our swimming pool. We’re lucky to rent a house that has a nice sized swimming pool. We were unlucky enough to rent a house that had a swimming pool that had some issues with a new […]

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