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Fully Alive: 3 Steps to Maximize Your Gifts

  What would it look like for you to live fully alive? Too many people are striving, living purposeless lives, and strangers to their true self. Life is too potential-laden to not be intentional about living the life you were created to live. The starting block to a life fully alive is locating and walking in your gifting and purpose. …

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“I Do” or iPhone? – 5 Tips That Will Save Your Marriage

  My heart nearly beat out of my chest as I grabbed my bride’s hands, looked deep into her beautiful brown eyes, and with all of my heart declared: “I DO”. I’ll never forget that day when, Erica, the woman of my dreams, finally became my wife. We have been married for over seven years now, and our love continues …

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How to Get Off a Religious Treadmill

  Do you feel like you keep trying to get closer to God, but nothing is working? Do you feel like all your efforts for spiritual maturity come short? Do you feel like you are running on a spiritual treadmill, going nowhere, and getting discouraged along the way? We were not created to have relationship with God in that way…. …

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Oops! 5 Ways To Make Things Right After a Mess Up

  Have you ever made a mistake? Have you ever messed up royally? Have you ever blown it big time? If you answered “No” here’s what I think:  “Liar liar, pants on fire!” Let’s be real, we have all had a time when we’ve blown it. Remember, we’re human. From the very beginning when Adam and Eve had the first …

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Say What? 5 Phrases to Help You Communicate Better in Your Relationships

  Communication is one of those things that can either make or break a relationship. Whether you are dating, married, or just have really close friends, we all need to make sure that we are not shying away from healthy communication habits. At the core, we all know that good communication is all about seeking to understand, being humble, and …

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No More Excuses: 3 Ways To Embrace Preparation

  Is it really necessary that I go to college? My schedule is really busy, is the training optional? I don’t want to do it, so do I have too? I’m not interested in preparation, can’t I just skip it and get to the good stuff? These continually seem to be the questions this next generation asks when presented with …