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What If?

April 23, 2018
About a year ago took it upon myself to read through the New Testament from Matthew to Revelation. You see, I grew up in church and felt like I had a pretty good knowledge of the Bible, but I realized that I had a dissected, segmented knowledge. It didn’t take long for th...

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What's My Motivation

April 21, 2018
  As we sit on the eve of one of our biggest serving opportunities of the year stop and ask yourself, what's my motivation? Tomorrow we will come together before we head out to serve our community, and for the most part we will be doing physical labor that others don't have...

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Fear - Spoken Word

April 14, 2018
     

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How to Beat FOMO: The Fear of Missing Out

April 13, 2018
  You’ve heard of FOMO, right? It stands for “Fear of Missing Out.” There’s so much going on in our lives, sometimes we fear if we decide to do one thing, we’re missing out on something even more fun or valuable. But overcommitting is how you c...

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Sadie Robertson Connects the Dots Between Heartbreak, Pursuing Love, and ‘Live Fearless’

April 11, 2018
In my new book, Live Fearless, the chapter titled “Connect the Dots” was the hardest for me to write. However, as the chapter states, if I want to be free, strong, and happy, I can’t draw my way around any of the dots life throws at me. I have to put m...

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Parenting Your Way Through Childhood Fears

April 09, 2018
Several years ago, I had an encounter with one of the biggest childhood fears facing mankind. Let me explain. My family stayed at a hotel with an indoor water park. As a dad, I watched my kids run to each of the water areas including the pool, lazy river, and the kiddie slides. ...

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FEARless

March 30, 2018
  New Series Beginning April 8th. Our world can be a pretty scary place sometimes. We watch the news and hear about all kinds of troubling situations across the globe, around our nation, in our community, and sometimes, even inside of our own homes.  If we’re ho...

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Bringing Up Girls In A Sex-Crazed World

March 22, 2018
I enjoyed dance and cheerleading for many reasons. Not only did I enjoy the athleticism and social time with girlfriends, but there was the prestige that came along with being a dancer and cheerleader.  People automatically assume you are attractive, well-liked, and the life...

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Do You Trust Me?

March 10, 2018
In the movie Aladdin, while he is pretending to be a prince, Aladdin invites Jasmine to ride on the magic carpet. He reaches out his hand and says, “do you trust me?” There’s a sense of uncertainty in Jasmine but at the same time there sense of familiarity becau...

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The Fire

March 10, 2018
  I stink at making a fire. Well, I did. To my defense, I never had a fireplace growing up. My brothers and I would go out to the fire pit (really it was just the place we burned the trash) gather up pine needles, throw in some sticks, light it and there you go. Nothing fan...

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Stuggle

March 10, 2018
  I have often be guilty of saying, “I struggle with ___________.” But the word struggle suggests there is a fight. Too often we say that we struggle with sin but what we really mean is that we lay down and willfully welcome sin in our lives as if ther...

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I'm Tired.

March 09, 2018
I am so tired. I wake up and not long after, I just want to go back to bed. Unfortunately, I express my fatigue through anger. And it’s true that I’m angry. I hate being tired. I hate trying to function through a fog of exhaustion. And yet, I do. Everyday. And it...

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Rose Bushes & Cutie Pies

March 07, 2018
  Last year, I planted 5 rose bushes. The very interesting thing about roses – at least these kind – they only produce buds on new growth. So, once a rose blooms and dies, the leaves surrounding it get left behind as new growth is sprouted on top of it. About a...

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My Book So Far

February 26, 2018
  I view my life as a book. Certain seasons become the chapters in the story of my life. My childhood is one, my teenage years are a painful chapter, my marriage could be a book in and of itself. My children each have their own continuing stories. But, I honestly have to sa...

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