Tag Archives: Coaching

Just Keep Swimming: An Invitation to be Faithful Not Frenzied (Post #10)

About three years ago I entered one of the most difficult seasons of my life. I didn’t know it at the time, but looking back I can see plainly that it was the grace and strength of God that pulled … Continue reading

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What is Your God Language? (Post #8)

Some people might call me a perfectionist. I prefer the term “recovering perfectionist.” For many years I tried to please God, but usually ended up second guessing myself. Am I reading and memorizing from the “right” Bible translation? Which is … Continue reading

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Is Willpower a Limited Resource? (Post #7)

Confession: When I was in high school, I had a pretty serious crush on MacGyver. In fact, I credit him for how hard I worked in my senior year physics class. I needed to know how to make an airplane … Continue reading

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Possibilities everywhere… but not for you (Post #4)

“It’s a big, bright, beautiful world, With possibilities everywhere. And just around the bend there’s a friend or two… But not for you.” . I recently watched Shrek The Musical  on Netflix and this is the theme song that Shrek’s parents sing to him … Continue reading

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