Sarah Silverman Responded to Ugly Tweet with Courage and Generosity. You will love this exchange by the end.

Friends, If you haven’t seen this twitter exchange yet, you should. This is what my other blog “God’s Gift to the World” (www/godsgifttotheworld.com) is trying to promote: a generous and courageous life. Instead of ignoring a rude comment or getting drawn into a Twitter battle, Sarah Silverman responded with courage and generosity. Be warned. Some […]

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90 Days to a more Courageous & Generous Life – A random entry from my soon-to-be published journal

Friends, My soon-to-be-published 90-day quote and reflection journal includes quotes from a wide variety of people, from Winston Churchill to Gandhi to Jesus to Charles Dickens to Brene Brown. It’s designed to help you grow toward a more courageous and generous life. So I am calling it, “90 Days to a More Courageous and Generous Life.” […]

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You Are God’s Gift to the World (Christmas Sermon 2017)

If Jesus is God’s gift to the world… And if Jesus lives in and through you… The conclusion is inescapable: You are God’s gift to the world. How exciting! The ultimate Christmas gift of Jesus is the ultimate gift of purpose and meaning for your own life! Video Audio: https://archive.org/details/Sermon2017DEC24MP3 Subscribe to get email notifications […]

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No Problem Is…

I read a lot… even more, these days, as my life is in flux. I picked up a little book by Tony Robbins called, “Notes from a Friend.” It attracted me because I have a huge pile of unread books right now and this volume by Tony Robbins is under 100 pages. It also got […]

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See Yourself in a New Way

If you are going to do base-level exercise for physical fitness, you are going to need to do 30 minutes per day, 5 days per week. That comes out to a little over 10.5 hours per month. Now, imagine that your schedule is pretty cramped in January. So, you decide to do all your exercise […]

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How to Make Unbreakable, Easily-Remembered Passwords

Have you ever forgotten a password? Have you ever been forced to make a password that is completely unintelligible because of the password strength required? I know a trick for making essentially unbreakable passwords that are easily remembered. You will thank me for this. Let me walk you through the process of creating easily-remembered, unbreakable […]

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A Gift for You — FREE Advent Devotions!

A Gift for You — Advent Devotions Dear friends, I have written a book of Advent devotions and I’d like to give it to you for free. It follows three major events in the Old Testament that prefigure the coming Christ: Creation & Fall The Exodus The Babylonian Captivity Each week begins with a summary […]

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7 Proven Benefits of Gratitude (b217)

CLICK HERE to download your printable Gratitude Journal PDF. Friends, Amy Morin, psychotherapist and the author of “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do,” reports these seven proven benefits of gratitude in a blog post for Forbes.com (read the post here): Gratitude opens the door to more relationships. Gratitude improves physical health. Gratitude improves psychological health. Gratitude […]

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Thing 6: Hate Well (b216)

This one threw me. I admit it. I think a great deal about growing in love. But I don’t often think about what I should be hating. Dr. Cloud recounts a time when a new business partner learned of some debt owed by the partnership after he bought in. He scheduled a meeting with all the […]

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Thing 5: Act Like An Ant (b215)

Henry Ford said, “Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.” This is true in every area of our lives from education to careers to health to relationships. Success is not achieved in one giant step. It is the sum of small steps taken consistently toward a larger goal. In this chapter, […]

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