The Cure For Envy

Envy. We all deal with it. It creeps up when we see someone’s new car, new home or their big vacation. It can overpower church leaders when they see other pastors with more visible ministries. It can happen amongst children … Continued

More Faith in God, Less in Self

It probably takes years for a leader to be weaned from faith in himself.  It’s not that young leaders don’t believe in God or trust in Christ alone for salvation.  It’s just that older leaders have learned to trust in … Continued

What takes you to 100,000 miles?

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Due to our Harvest van situation, I’ve had to keep track of mileage on my personal vehicle over the last few weeks.  In fact, I’ve had it set on “trip” for nearly three months now.  Today,  I switched the odometer from trip to mileage … Continued

7 Life lessons from a bent axle

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We just got the diagnosis for the Harvest Trailer – the axle is bent.  If we don’t get it fixed, it will continue to wear out the tires at a rapid pace.  They’ve ordered what they need, but it won’t … Continued

The 7 Ups…

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Wake Up! – Decide to have a good day. “Today is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.” Psalm 118:24 Dress Up!  The best way to dress up is put on a … Continued

Front Yard Is Perfect

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I’ve gotten into the habit of mowing only the front yard at times.  The grass in the back is just as tall, but due to time constraints or some other reason, I somehow convince myself that just doing the front … Continued