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Day 2 of 40 Following the Prayer Steps of Jesus

This entry is part 2 of 40 in the series 40 Days Following The Prayer Steps of Jesus

This entry is part 2 of 40 in the series 40 Days Following The Prayer Steps of JesusToday is the 2nd day of Lent, a 40 day season of spiritual reflection, repentance, and renewal.  During these 40 days we’ll explore the prayer life of Jesus, walking chronologically through every mention of Jesus’ prayer life and prayers […]

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7 Revealing Questions

Michael Hyatt offers these 7 questions to ask about last year as you prepare for the New Year: If the last year were a movie of your life, what would the genre be? Drama, romance, adventure, comedy, tragedy, or a combination? One of my friends who lost a son, said simply, “Tragedy.” Another, who got […]

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Off Book: The Goal of Scripture

My daughter Jordan is in her first play – a junior-high version of “Grease.”  She and her play-mates have been rehearsing for over 12 weeks.  Last week she excitedly told me they were now “off book” – meaning they were no longer having to carry the script and read the lines off the script during rehearsal.  […]

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Age and Innovation

Tony Dokoupil writes that “Over the last century and a half, the average age of a Nobel Prize winner at the moment of his great breakthrough has risen more than five years, from 34 to almost 39 years old.  Run-of-the-mill inventors are also older: the average age for registering first major patents has jumped seven […]

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