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January 29, 2017


Redefining Boredom Part 2 – Time to Heal



Boredom = Time for Healing Boredom in Our Kids’ Lives Is Actually Time to Heal Our kids’ sadness can be unpleasant and hard for us to deal with ourselves but its necessary.   I’ve written in the past about the value of boredom for our kids. When they talk about needing something to do

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January 25, 2017


The Impact of Keeping Secrets and Not Confessing



The Impact of Secrets and Not Confessing Keeping secrets and not confessing when we mess up and hurt someone is dangerous and really hurts and hinders our ability to grow and heal. Dave uses an illustration with rats to describe the impact of waiting or even choosing not to share and confess in those

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January 19, 2017


Rogue One: A Star Wars Movie “Sticking it Out When Things Go Bad”



Rogue One: A Star Wars Movie “I’m not used to people sticking around when things go bad.” “Welcome home” I took my family to see “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and it was amazing! Don’t worry I won’t spoil anything for you, but I will say that you should see the movie.  

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January 16, 2017


Reversing the Order of Mistake to Confession and How Much Detail do I Confess?

Reversing the Gap Between Mistake and Confession Its incredibly exciting to see the potential and change in an individual and relationship when, instead of having big gaps between when we sin and when we confess, we shift the point of confession to BEFORE the mistake even happens!

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January 8, 2017


Did God Invent Sin? How Could God’s “Perfect” Creation Include Sin?



Did a Perfect God Invent Sin? We often wrestle with the idea that, if God invented everything – how and why does sin exist? And if everything God created is perfect, is sin perfect too? This video tackles this question and gives thought and insight to it.

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