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Embrace Change

Does change scare you? It scares most people.

A Lesson from the Broken Heart of Starbucks’ CEO

What many leaders miss is the need to develop their hearts in important ways -- ways that produce character.

  • Jason Pankau and Michael Lee Stallard |
  • August 02, 2011 |
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Reaching Goals as a Married Couple

Being committed to the covenant of marriage, we each have to take the lead in sharing areas that are new and intriguing to us.

Start, Even If It's Small

In the Retooled and Refueled Seminar we talk about making a change, making a start...

Creative Ways to Put Extra Money in Your Pocket

Would you be willing to run out on a snowy night and pick up dog food for a lady if it put $40 in your pocket?

20 Things You Can Say “No” To

Imagine how it would feel to eliminate that one thing that is zapping all your personal energy right now...

Help Children Discover Their Unique Gifts

Finding God’s unique gifts is the path to a fulfilling life.

Finding Meaning In Our Work

I used to think there were two types of jobs in the world: meaningful jobs and all the rest. I now see it differently.

Cultivating Writing In High School

Published author C.J. Darlington offers five tips on how to cultivate your writing and the writing of your children.

What Are You Passionate About?

Passion helps you get more done in less time.

Keep Your Eyes on the Ultimate Goal

God doesn’t want us to develop a “summer love” for the things of this world and become distracted from his call on our lives.

Teen Dreams: Church Influences Career Choice

A new Barna Group study shows that most young people have clear ideas of what they would like to do, and their faith plays a role in their decisions.

Should Mom Go Back to Work?

Dear Deborah: Do you have any guidelines to help a mother decide if it is beneficial financially to go back to work once her child/children go to preschool or kindergarten?

Einstein’s Three Rules of Work

Make these three rules for working your goal this week.

Eat Your Problems for Breakfast

Life is too short to spend our days running from inevitable difficulties. I want to share some strategies that will help you view problems from a healthier and more productive perspective.

Making Wise Use of Your Time

Only the Lord knows how much time we have and, as believers in Jesus Christ, our time should be spent focused on Him and on those He has placed in our lives -- our family, our friends, our church and those He would have us reach for His Kingdom.

  • Judy Woodward Bates |
  • June 24, 2011 |
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Dimes from Heaven

How does God get your attention? What kind of dime does he place in your path?

Does God Want Me to "Swallow Poison Every Day"?

Patrice wants to know why she has been unable to develop her passion and the only jobs available are ones that she hates.

Past Blessings are Great Reminders

Have you ever made a list of God’s answered prayers in your life—your own Ebenezer stone?

Pursuing Your Passions with a Sound Mind

In 1994, at the age of 30, I surrendered my career life to God and asked Him to show me what He wanted me to do.

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