Archive for the ‘Identity’ Category
This is a wall that comes as you move through accelerated growth in God! It means you are having a vibrant life with God, but just need to get to a place of breakthrough! –For 4 Keys on how to overcome boredom in your life with God…see 4 Keys to Moving Past Spiritual Plateaus. It
Here is a short video on why we can “Say Yes to Stress.” So much of the way we see stress determines how our bodies respond to it…find out more! It was captured through our weekly Periscope, Radiant Promises at 10:15 am Central time every Tuesday.
Identity is a hot topic. A lot of people are talking about identity in Christ and the importance of figuring it out. But, I also think that learning to measure your growth in it is just as important.
Some of my best “Ah Ha” moments come through conversations with friends. I have the blessing of knowing some amazing people. People who positively challenge me, encourage me and strengthen me in my journey. I call these people “Running Mates.”
On The Journey, I discovered a huge difference between taking and receiving. In some ways, they seem like the same thing…but one major factor separates them and makes them vastly different!
There it is! At last…it is discovered. It is known. Now, it is time for the big reveal! The last blog discussed a Mindset of Measure. It talked about expanding our thoughts beyond roles and career paths to something more. Now, the focus is on one sneaky, snarky beastie that limits us and keeps us
I know who I am. I have spent years discovering, seeking and redefining: honing in on “me” means I continue to find better descriptions as I grow and discover my uniqueness. But, in reality knowing me is not about focusing on me at all. Knowing me is an outcome of a completely different focus.
The Journey always points to hope. It is about hope. It teaches me to look beyond the storm tossed, wave ravaged seas with expectation for what is coming. I cannot always see much as I travel toward that door of hope. But, I can see it is open and I can see the light is
A blast from the past jumps into my mind. Yes, it is from the ‘80s. No, it does not come from a source all that profound, but this particular quote stuck with me:
I realize this is not traditional. Most of the time, the image of leadership shows one person out ahead with others doing their best to keep up. But, I am experimenting with a different type of leadership and am amazed at how effective it actually is.