So why does so much of the Bible revolve around praising God? Why do our church services start with worship songs and clapping? Does God suffer from an identity crisis? Does he feel bereft of love, ...

You wake up in the morning with the memory of a dream. We’ve all done it. The dream, fading but still real. We want to share it before it’s gone, and when we start describing what’s in our ...

To cheer someone on is a good habit to form. We can give a novice an emotional lift. Encourage them. Let them know they are doing okay, even if we know it could be done better. It’s motivation ...

List the things you love. Right now. On a napkin, on your hand, anywhere you can. Your list might include your children, your favorite dress, or even the chocolate mousse you enjoyed at the ...

The Internet has allowed Christian teachers unprecedented access to ministry opportunities across the globe. Establish your offices in Chicago, London, or Adelaide, and you can minister to people ...

In 1985, recording artists from across North America joined to send a message to listeners everywhere. The group of artists (at least 13 and as many as 50) named themselves U.S.A. for Africa. ...

What gets you up in the morning? What’s your motivation for putting your feet on the floor and heading out the door? It’s obvious for some of us. We have children, pets, or a job. We don’t ...

Because I told you so. Have you heard that? Probably. It doesn’t do much to convince us to jump on board. We need an explanation, an example, a reason to alter our behavior. Change the oil in ...

Are you a people pleaser? Do you naturally say things people want to hear, follow the rules others set up, even go out of your way to ask how you can make their day better? If so, you are a ...

Take two people. One rages at the world, and the other finds good things to celebrate every day. What makes the difference? Why is the one angry all the time, and the other filled with joy? Is ...

What’s the last thing you said to your spouse? Or your parents? Or your children? What were your parting words when you last left the office? What did your coworkers take away for the ...

It’s not where you start. It’s where you wind up. We’ve heard that. We don’t have to be born the CEO of the company. We can start out at the bottom and work our way to the top. It adds to ...

Change tinkles like diamonds in a crystal bowl. In our pocket as we walk, in the bottom of our purse, or in our hand when we shake it around, those tiny rounds of metal sing to us as we go through ...
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