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71 Books I Read in 2017

In 2017 I did something that I had never done before - I read 71 books in 52 weeks. To put this in perspective, I may have read two books during my entire high school career. It wasn't until I entered college that I realized that there were plenty of books that would...

The Greatest Resolution You Didn’t Make This Year

I'm a dad of two preschool age kids. I never knew that kids could have so much energy! It's rare for them to not be running around at full speed. But when they do run out of energy, my house quickly descends into meltdown mode. See, when my kids are tired it becomes...

Don’t Settle For An Accountability Partner

If you attended church any time from the 1990s to today, I'm sure you have heard the term "accountability partner" thrown around. Growing up in the early 2000s, I was told by several of my youth pastors that I needed an accountability partner. That sounded great and...

71 Books I Read in 2017

In 2017 I did something that I had never done before - I read 71 books in 52 weeks. To put this in perspective, I may have read two books during my entire high school career. It wasn't until I entered college that I realized that there were plenty of books that would...

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Don’t Settle For An Accountability Partner

If you attended church any time from the 1990s to today, I'm sure you have heard the term "accountability partner" thrown around. Growing up in the early 2000s, I was told by several of my youth pastors that I needed an accountability partner. That sounded great and...

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You Aren’t Half Empty Or Half Full

Have you had one of those half full weeks where you feel a bit off? I've definitely had those weeks before. I used to think that when I felt that way I was slowly turning into a pessimist and cheating on my 100% realist ways. Over the years I've come to realize that...

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The Subtle Sin Of Tearing Down

  It is far easier to tear someone down than to build someone up. And too often, we even justify tearing someone down because we see their behavior as wrong or insulting to us personally. [bctt tweet="It is far easier to tear someone down than to build someone up."...

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