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Put down the salt shaker and learn to season your food with herbs and spices. Try curry, fennel, and garlic, for instance. Eat fresh food —real food— as often as possible, not prepackaged food that can sit on a shelf for months or even years

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True Brokenness:  The Apostle Paul writes, “we have this treasure in earthen vessels” (2 Corinthians 4:7). Earthen vessels (clay pots) are useful but not very durable. They will not last forever, but suffer decay and are subject to elements of this world. The Scriptures also

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Growing up, I vividly remember listening to my grandfather Walter J. Nash “The Bicycle Preacher” talk about how Joshua brought the Children of Israel into a new season of blessing. He was passionate, sincere, and very sharp. In fact, I still reflect on the hundreds of

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It’s officially March, which means that winter is almost over, and the most anticipated season of the year is right around the corner. Many of us spend the better part of the winter planning for this time. Some people scramble like maniacs to get themselves

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(Once again, the wise Shane Duffey drops another wisdom bomb about what it means to have a team that you love and how they can help you grow as a leader. DANG!!!) It’s the leader’s responsibility to help the people on his or her team grow, right?

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In 2008, I suggested in Worship Matters that the title of “worship leader” needed to be defined to be helpful. So I defined it this way: "A faithful worship leader magnifies the greatness of God in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit by

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In a recent study performed by professors at Stanford University and Harvard Business School, it was discovered that several industry-leading companies now favor new job candidates who appear to have the “potential” to succeed in the roles they were applying for over those who had already demonstrated

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