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We all need Mentors

It is crucial in this life to have mentors.

It is important to have relationships in which you are able to pour into people, teach people, advise people, encourage and support people. 640 more words


Routine: A Double-Edged Sword

At the end of this long weekend, as we dive into what is essentially a new season, I feel inspired to share a few quick thoughts on the power of routine. 1,210 more words

A page from my diary - December 31, 2013

1 year ago, on the 31st of December 2012, I wasn’t doing anything fancy at all (not that I am doing something amazing right now, but still). 592 more words


Igneous / Ingenious: We Are All Grains of Sand

“Morning Breaking Through” 2014. Copyright Christine Cobden

Wisdom at Work

Carpentry is a spiritual discipline to me, in a manner of speaking. As someone who spends most of his professional life planting invisible seeds and nurturing spiritual saplings—how can you possibly speak of ministry without such metaphors?—it’s a welcome relief to work on a project with fixed parameters. 561 more words


Monday Inspiration 9.1.14



I saw this quote online over a week ago but it came to light actually during church yesterday. I was singing on stage and this person in the audience made eye contact with me and my stomach sank. 726 more words


growing up, as parent and as child

When I was a child, I spoke like a child, thought like a child and walked like a child, 

   But when we grow up, we put our childish ways behind us, and see things as they are, and as they ought. 401 more words