Monthly Archives: March 2013

Fun Friday: Capture the Moment

I remember in the not-so-distant past when it wasn’t as simple to capture an experience at a moment’s notice. It’s not always possible to capture “the actual moment,” but then, even the near-misses are worth recording, as they too, help document your journey—and bring a smile to your face. Continue reading

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Fun Friday: All In Fun

I am always scanning my sphere for funny stories and videos to share here on the blog. Someone posted this on Facebook last night, and I just had to pass it on. As a reminder, if you cannot see this … Continue reading

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How I Study the Bible III

Next to the Bible itself, I think your notebook is the most important tool in Bible study because this is where you personalize the Word and make applications. Continue reading

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How I Study the Bible II

In this post, we’ll look at some of the tools, guidelines and suggestions for getting started in Bible Study. Continue reading

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How I Study the Bible

Today, I am beginning a short series on how I study the Bible. I hope you will forgive the “I” in the title. I am not claiming to know all there is to know on this subject, but I did want to distinguish between “how I study the Bible” versus “how you should study the Bible.” I don’t think my way is the best way; it’s just the best way for me—because I do it. The purpose of this series is to give some direction to readers who have not yet discovered their best way. Continue reading

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Fun Friday: Never Too Old

This video will bring a smile to your face. Continue reading

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Four Principles for “On the Job”

What makes me happy “on the job”? Whether I’m working in my real estate business, in ministry, or in my home, making progress, achieving goals, figuring out a solution to a problem and solving it—these are, indeed, the things that make for “a good day on the job.” Continue reading

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