by Kyle Winkler
“You're not doing enough!” Ever hear that nagging notion? I have. In fact, I admit that I'm often at battle with a voice that blares: “You're not productive enough!” “You're not achieving enough!” and even, “You're not accomplishing enough for God!”
There's a great
By Randy Pennington
Wouldn't it be great if the process of building and sustaining a strong, vibrant culture was like an easy-to-follow recipe or even just popping the ingredients out of a can – like baking cookies? The reality, however, is that it bears a striking
By Bishop Terry Rowland
“Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well. Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad, and rivers of waters in the streets. Let them be only thine own, and not strangers' with thee.” ~Proverbs 5:15-17
By Scott Volk
Imagine inviting your neighbor over for dinner and a sleepover. After serving them an incredible meal and allowing them to sleep on the most comfortable bed imaginable, they tell all their friends about the unbelievable benefits of spending the evening at your house.
by Laura Harris Smith
I am one of those gals who do all their shopping online. I research, compare, read reviews and then make my final purchase choices. I will never forget the day, years ago as a new online shopper, when I noticed the tiny
I have noticed that children and parents seem to be drifting apart. Weeks go by with little conversation or interaction. My father-in-law, Jim Clark, taught me the greatest secret to raising kids: the “family night.”
We attempted to have a weekly “family night” for the 32
My friend Joe is an awesome financial advisor…and I can honestly say that the dude is smokin’ what he’s sellin’. He is very up front about the fact he made some dumb mistakes with money…
SO DID I…and I wanted to share them with you.
#1 - I
During the presidential campaign, when Donald Trump spoke of putting “America first,” I never thought he meant “America only.” It appears, however, that others understood him quite differently, and they are not happy with his overseas actions. As summed up by Ann Coulter, “We want
What do peanut butter, girlfriends, and Rambo the dog have in common?
They were all used as reasons not to attend church services in a Twitter poll I conducted. I asked church leaders and churchgoers to share some really good excuses they’ve heard from people who