Tag Archives: spirituality

Identity: Discovering The “Real You”

Do you know who “the real you” is? Are you able to separate who you are from what you do, from the roles that you fill? Continue reading

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Increasing Leisure Time, Building Your Creative Genius, and Asking THE Important Question

This is my opportunity to comment on a selection of my favorite and/or most informative or inspiring articles read on the web during the past week or so. Continue reading

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Smatterings: Managing Email, Nature Prescription, Building Habits

“Smatterings” is a weekly digest of my selection of favorite and/or most-informative or inspiring articles read on the web during the past week or so. It’s a nice way to pass on to my readers good posts/articles that have helped me in some way and also an opportunity to “put in my two bits” on a given subject. Continue reading

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A Powerful Therapy that EVERYONE Can Take Advantage Of

There is a growing body of research that indicates great benefit in time spent outdoors—even if you don’t necessarily enjoy it. To name a few… Continue reading

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Becoming Whole

Can we truly be “whole” (confluent in body, soul and spirit) if we are not moving similarly in all three dimensions of our lives? Can we be spiritually fit and sedentary physically? Can we be strong in spirit and lazy in mind? 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

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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