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The Olympics & Our Desire to Rally

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After all of the controversies about Russia’s social injustices and lack of preparedness ahead of the games, the Olympics are finally underway. Holly and I are huge fans of the Olympics. It’s interesting to watch athletes perform and compete after decades of preparing and dreaming. For many of them, their entire lives have led up to that final moment. I also love the traditional of it all. While the modern Olympic games have only been going on for a little over a century, they are the continuation of the ancient Greek games that began in 776 B.C.

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The Art of Being Served

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A few weeks ago, I was talking with a friend who had recently experienced a difficult tragedy in his life. You could hear the struggle and the pain in his voice. As we began talking through the whole situation, he made a striking confession to me. “I’m not very good at letting others serve me.” …

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Consider the Words that Shape You

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Last week the little girl I nanny told me a story about something a girl in her class had said. “She asked me if I had told my mommy yet that nobody at school liked me.” I felt fire in my heart as I looked into her pretty blue eyes holding back tears. I wanted …

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Unprepared on Sunday Morning

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Yesterday morning, my alarm went off at 7:45 like it does every Sunday. I normally get up before everyone else and shower so I can get Caleb fed and ready for church while Holly gets ready. But after a long day outside on Saturday and a couple days of battling a cold, I was pretty …

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Vulnerability Changes Lives

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It is unfortunate how we have let the performance-based culture we live in, make it’s home within the walls of church buildings. A repercussion of that is the adoption of moralism as a standard with which we measure each other’s spirituality. When the misfits and outcasts walk in our doors, I would hope that they …

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