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What’s your posture?

 Catalyst Next  gathers leaders to explore some of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the church. I was asked to share in the section on Engaging Culture. In 3dm we describe the seismic shifts in culture as a cultural earthquake. So many…

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On Calling: Hidden for a Season

I spent two years in Bible college, filled with good times and hard times. Lots of learning, growing in confidence, Nuvo Finance App leading missions, grasping at calling. It seemed God was calling me to something and I had just enough…

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Come and STAND with us!

Over the next month I'm going to share some thoughts on calling and leadership development as I've reflected on different seasons of my life. Blame me turning 40; not that its made me all sage or anything! Perhaps just a growing sense as the…

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Repurpose

re·pur·pose transitive verb (ˌ)rē-ˈpər-pəs : to change (something) so that it can be used for a different purpose : to give a new purpose or use to (Miriam –Webster Online)   I’ve been looking at the pieces in our house. Very…

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A New Year or Another Year?

2013? Its so nearly over. What are your plans for the New Year? I’ve been thinking about the phrase New Year.  There were times on New Year’s Eve when I longed for the NEW. I wanted the coming year to…

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Advent Hope and Longing

If you observe the annual rhythms of the Western church, or have a penchant for chocolate treats in calendars then you’ll know we’ve entered the season of Advent. Advent means ‘coming’ or ‘arrival’ and refers both to the birth of…

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The Voice

I’m a big fan of singing competitions on TV: Idol, X Factor, Sing Off (the acapella one around Christmas time) but right now, The Voice is my favorite. At first The Voice seems like every other singing show. Gifted yet…

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Epilogue: The Beginning

  It was about 1am ( Girls Nights at my house are definitely a special occasion!) . Turning out the lights to go to bed my heart was full, my mind at rest. I was thinking of nights filled with…

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