Monthly Archives: January 2014

Building God’s House

As Christians we tend to want the best for God. We want Him to be portrayed in a great light. We want all to see God for who He is. We want God to touch all hearts. Most of all … Continue reading

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Drastic Change

Today I set my mind to work for God. I took the kids to school (finally after many snow delays and closings), and returned home to my computer. After re-reading and adding scriptures to my next book, I took a … Continue reading

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Jealously Guard Your Vocation

“Your vocation in life should make you more holy. Jealously, guard your vocation.” —Fr. Arbuckle, Asst Pastor at Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church. Vocation is a strong desire to spend your life doing a certain kind of work Jealously … Continue reading

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Corporate Strategy

One of the books I am currently reading is called “Straight From the Gut” by Jack Welch (former CEO of GE). While the book highlights the aspect of a successful corporate strategy, I couldn’t help but think the entire time … Continue reading

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Digging Through the Pity to Find Love

This morning Pete and I were conversing in the kitchen about our summer plans. One option we have been tossing around is a summer camp for families. Our friends just rave about this camp out in the middle of nowhere … Continue reading

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Why Do We Go To Church?

Taken from The Indianapolis Star January 11th: A week ago, I was sitting  at home glued to  the weather station,  trying to decide whether or not I would ca ncel Sunday worship because of the forecast. At the time, there … Continue reading

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What is Happening Now Has Happened Before…

Everything seems so meaningless – like chasing the wind… Ecclesiastes 2:17 Ecclesiastes is rich with words of advice for us. Most likely written by Solomon, this book of the bible delves into his life and reveals to us just where … Continue reading

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Toxic Relationships

We can avoid it as long as we want. We can take the elephant in the room and try to hide it, but let’s face it – it’s an elephant. We can try to deceive our mind into believing that … Continue reading

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A Foundation of Wealth and Power

Deep into the Old Testament is the book of Obadiah. Obadiah was a prophet for Judah right around the time when the nation of Edom had just destroyed Judah. Edom was a wealthy nation safe among the rock cliffs which … Continue reading

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A Pleasing Aroma to God

Imitate God, therefore, in everything you do, because you are his dear children. Live a life filled with love, following the example of Christ. He loved us and offered himself as a sacrifice for us, a pleasing aroma to God. … Continue reading

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