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don’t quit

Published on March 31st, 2014

Don’t quit. Quitting leads to a life unfinished projects. And those who are the quitting type leave a wake of unfinished stuff in their past. Unfinished things aren’t pretty. That relationship… That goal… That class… That dream… That book… That song… That debt… That challenge… That job… Try again. Fail again. But don’t quit.

teams that finish

Published on March 29th, 2014

+ A team that finishes has a compelling purpose.   They have a compelling reason for existing. They have an answer to “why”. Why are we here? Why do we exist? Why are we doing this? Those are questions that can easily be answered…and answered with passion. + A team that finishes knows what they don’t


Ephesians 2:4

Published on March 28th, 2014

These words have been filling my heart recently… “But God is so rich in mercy, and he loved us so much…”  Ephesians 2:4 God is wealthy. He doesn’t hoard his wealth. He doesn’t hide his wealth…he shares and this is great news. God has an abundance of mercy, and he willingly shares it. He shares



Published on March 13th, 2014

Recently, I’ve been having numerous and diverse conversations. One of my days was filled with simply listening and talking with people…all day. I was exhausted at the end of the day, but I also found myself energized. I enjoy these moments because I like being with people. There is something about conversations that are invigorating,


defining moments

Published on March 7th, 2014

It seems that most of life can be described as normal or routine. Our days are filled with responsibility, conversations, and tasks. After multiple days of engagement with these responsibilities, conversations and tasks, we fall into patterns of behavior that can become habitual. Except for when a moment confronts us that changes everything. Have you