Are you beginning this new year the usual way – reviewing the past and considering your direction for the future? For my 2019, I have set goals to complete three nonfiction books, begin a Coaching group and continue working on another novel. Each goal includes its own set of action steps and deadlines for accomplishment. …
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Two thoughts swirl through my brain this November of 2017: the rapid ending of another year and the Thanksgiving season. How can I find hope and share it as the calendar ends? In retrospect, 2017 was not a favorite year. Too many life-changing moments. Emotional whiplash. Yet gratitude simmers in three areas, ironically each beginning …
When security officials train employees for active shooter situations, they present three options: Run – get out of the building and run away – fast Hide – blockade the door to your room and hide inside Fight – if you cannot run or hide, be prepared to disarm, injure or kill the shooter Unfortunately in …
If we refuse to use our voices, we become invisible.
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To live within the balance of holy indifference, we don’t really care about the outcome of a decision. We just trust God.