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What I long to say to my son

Why believe in limitations?

Negative thoughts

Build to become evidence

Our proof-

They sabotage our ability

To transcend them.

In us as in the Zen tale- 7 more words


Being the Church Not Necessarily Being At Church

For those of my readers who belong to a church, do you know the people who seem to always be in the building whenever the doors are open? 229 more words


Podcast Episode 13: The Deacon And His Ministry

Episode 13 was recorded as Adam and Dn Ed Martin traveled home from St John The Theologian Mission Station in Cape Girardeau, MO. During the return trip Dn Ed shares the importance of the diaconate ministry, the impact of doing a deacon’s typika for a mission without a full-time priest, and what he would like to see in the future for deacon’s in America. 25 more words


Why do strangers want to tell me the details of their life?

I think that I must look like a psychologist. I looked online at psychologists and they are kind of ordinary looking people. I probably couldn’t pick them out in grocery lines and identify them as someone who would listen. 445 more words


coaching, connecting and really listening

I recently attended a coaching course which reminded me that I have probably been an accidental coach in the ways I’ve sought to support people – intuitively adopting some of the techniques and principles without being trained in them. 583 more words


The girl on the train.

The girl on the train by Paula Hawkins is a one of the best psychological thrillers I have read in a very long time.

The twists and turns leave you shocked right to the very end. 613 more words


Podcast Episode 12: Bishop Thomas

In episode 12 Adam interviews Bishop THOMAS, an Orthodox Christian Bishop of North America. Bishop THOMAS oversees the are of Charleston, Oakland, and the Mid-Atlantic. His Grace shares about those who have deeply impacted him, what he would like to see for evangelism in America, and when the Great Commission became important to him. 37 more words