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risk

The New Gold

Would you be surprised to learn that there are greater motivators than money and prestige? Studies show that deeper motivation comes from the desire for autonomy, mastery, and purpose. I could dedicate a blog to this or you could check out Daniel Pink and learn so much more. Jesus understood the power of these motivational tools. When [...]

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Dark Motives Stirring

Joseph needed someone to speak on his behalf as his jealous brothers conspired to kill him, an act which would rob him (and a starving generation) of God-favored destiny. Reuben became that someone. “But Reuben heard it, and he delivered him out of their hands, and said, ‘Let us not kill him.’” (Genesis 37:21). More [...]

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When Fear Sleeps In

When we dream (awake or asleep) we go to a place that is just beyond reality. It is there that God triumphs through us. Just before awakening, before we come back to our senses, we are ushered back to our cell and fear patrols the hall, locking the gates, restricting each of us to our [...]

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God and Your GPS

On a few occasions I have felt that I know better than my GPS. And as it patiently insists that I should turn left at the next intersection, I ignore the “2001: A Space Odyssey HAL wannabe” and follow something greater, wilder, and more alive. My intuition. This internal guidance system, when submitted to God, [...]

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Life Doesn’t Live on Easy Street

I look at the life of the Apostle Paul and see the tremendous changes that his conversion brought to his life. This guy didn’t settle for status quo. He went big-time into the unknown, untested, and unpopular. We like to choose the smoothest path. Smooth is overrated. Smooth dies and nobody notices. Smooth tolerates and [...]

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