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Guilt Free Giving: Generosity that Brings Life

One of the best things in our businesses is the joy from supporting worthwhile causes and projects.  As a spiritual practice, our giving flows from our relationship with God, so with each opportunity we try to step back from the pitch and ask "Is this something we are to support at this time?"   I…
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Compassion: Genius in the Art of Living

The term "compassion" often evokes visions of pity or an infomercial showing impoverished children around the world.  It seems the fullness of compassion in real, everyday life is often overshadowed by the noise of cultural greed and violence.  Recent world events like the Japanese earthquake / tsunami and the resulting outpouring of support and prayers…
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Personal Experience Matters in the Long Run

A modern parable: Filbert was a dog who lived in a small prairie town.   He was a good and happy dog who had a good family that treated him very well.  One day he was rolling in the grass when out of the corner of his eye he saw the biggest rabbit he had ever…
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Seeing in new ways! Experiencing God

Many of us long for more of God and we seem to have that desire deeply embedded in us and this longing can manifest as a sense of being disconnected or like something is out of alignment.  The truth is humanity was designed and created for authentic and healthy relationship with God our creator.  We…
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Faith or Certainty

Two Fools on the Road to Emmaus Podcast (Archive) -  Is God angry when we have doubts?  Can doubt be a part of healthy faith?  Today the guys talk about our definitions of faith, and how many of them limit our growth in Christ. Two Fools on the Road to Emmaus is a radio podcast…
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Soul Care Survey

We are looking so forward to meeting with you! The following survey will help us get a quick idea of who you are, your situations, experiences and general information about you. We will NOT share this information with anyone. If you would prefer, we can use part of our first session to gather this information.…
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Importance of Worldview

For we know in part and we prophesy in part; but when the perfect comes, the partial will be done away. When I was a child, I used to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things. For now we…
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Cultivating Healthy Business Relationships

Andrea owns and operates an online retail store.  A significant part of her value proposition, that which brings value to her customers and distinguishes her from other online retailers, is a commitment to relational retailing. The challenge many critics of e-commerce have is the impersonal aspect; cold and mechanical but Andrea through careful planning has…
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Rhythm of the Heart: Alabaster Love

One of the Pharisees asked him over for a meal. He went to the Pharisee's house and sat down at the dinner table. Just then a woman of the village, the town harlot, having learned that Jesus was a guest in the home of the Pharisee, came with a bottle of very expensive perfume and…
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What Forgiveness can mean to You

Forgiveness is more than just forgiving because we think "it is the right thing to do" but because in choosing to forgive those who have hurt us we are taking a step toward peace with ourselves and thus towards a deep profound sense of freedom. Forgiveness doesn't mean we simply 'forget' what happened or that…
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