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31 Days Of Thanksgiving

If Given The Choice Between Two Sermons, Which One Would You Pick?

There are only two types of sermons in the world. Those we see and those we hear.

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What Do You Mean You Don't Know?

3 Thoughts To Center Yourself

Restaurant Wall Photo From Last Night's Dinner
Restaurant Wall Photo From Last Night's Dinner

Here are three challenging thoughts to get yourself more centered on what you need to do each day, all day:

1. Be the change you wish to see

2. Preach the Gospel everyday, and if necessary, use words

3. What you do thunders so loudly, I can’t hear what you say

Good luck.

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How Can You Tell?

What Is Passion?

Passion For Flowers? Photos?
Passion For Flowers? Photos? Family?

How do you define passion?

Can you spot it easily?

Can you spot it often?

But…

Do you spot it easily?

Do you spot it often?

And…

Do you possess it?

Do you know for sure?

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How Can You Tell?

Questions

Are These Paths Different Other Than Color?
Are These Paths Different Other Than Color?

Sisters Clanton and Akin came to talk to me on Friday night, but I did most of the talking. Probably a defense mechanism, designed to control a stereotypical conversation from “door-to-door salespeople”. They were selling the good news of Jesus, according to their Book of Mormon.

They were kind, friendly and very gracious.

Wish these questions would have come rushing forward before they left:

Do you still want or need to speak with me, after knowing I’m a full-blown Christian?

Who’s your target audience?

What’s at the very center of your belief that is critically different from mine?

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What Do You Mean You Don't Know?

Has Anyone Ever Asked You?

That Is One Gigantic Cross
That Is One Gigantic Cross

Has anyone ever asked you to describe your Faith?

Or, have you ever thought of trying to explain how great your Faith is?

What if you did?

How would you describe it?

Why?

My Faith is the size of Mount Everest.

Mount Everest, tallest peak in the world at 29,029 feet, or 8,848 meters.