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Love Works…at Work

Published on May 31st, 2014

Imagine a workplace where people felt genuine care. Imagine a workplace where there was a deeper interest in people than the bottom line. Imagine a workplace where the leaders were passionate about the advancement of others. When we let love work at work, these imaginations can become a reality. Loving well at work might look


3 steps to avoid toxic relationships

Published on November 17th, 2012

I would like toxic relationships…said no one ever.  Nobody says that because we want healthy relationships.  We want to have “good” friends.  But here’s the problem.  While we don’t say that… How often do we find ourselves stressed because of a relationship gone weird? How often do we find ourselves depressed because a relationship doesn’t


Midweek Moment

Published on November 8th, 2012

This is a new “thing” from ValleyPoint. Listen to this 80 second clip from our Sunday gathering on November 4, 2012. It’s a midweek moment of inspiration and hope!

Getting Naked

Published on February 11th, 2011

Catchy title, eh?  I just finished reading this business fable by Patrick Lencioni.  I’ve read one other book by Lencioni that still is one of my favorites.  He provides such amazing insight into how to “do” things in a creative way.  He’s a powerful storyteller.  It’s definitely not a vacuous narrative.  This book is basically


toxic relationships

Published on January 28th, 2011

Have you ever found yourself in a relationship that could be described as a bit “toxic”?  Have you ever stepped back and discovered that you might actually be “toxic” at times…the attitudes, words, anger, looks.  I think we’ve all been there.  We get it.  We live in a sea of relationships and a  good majority



Published on January 20th, 2011

Toxic can be defined as something that is harsh, malicious, or even harmful.  Generally, we avoid and run from anything that might even be close to toxic.  Is it possible though that we allow other toxins into our lives that cause just as much harm as poison? What about toxic relationships?   Toxic religion?  Toxic thoughts?