Category Archives: Leader

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Rest for the Weary

I’m tired, but who isn’t? I am, after all, a soccer dad. I own a man-van that is full of grass from various fields across North Carolina. My weekends are not my weekends. They were before my kids. Now I spend an inordinate amount of time on an uncomfortable lawn chair from the local sporting […]
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How to be Thankful in all Seasons of Life

Life is full of problems. Life is consistently imperfect. Life is life. In spite of that, we still have so much to be thankful for today. The fact that we are alive is enough for us always to be thankful. Still, it is easy for us to look at our problems and what we don’t […]
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Overcoming Suicidal Thoughts

Depression is an invisible wall that surrounds the heart, soul, and mind of the person suffering through it. It causes darkness, doubt, and despair. It can be caused by relationships, finances, self-doubt, addictions, or constant worry. It could also be all of the above plus some. Depression is a serious issue and needs to be […]
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Flee From Sexual Immorality, Brothers

Proverbs 4:23 NASB “Watch over your heart with all diligence, for from it flow the springs of life.” Each time I emptied the trash, there was a different experience. Sometimes the garbage smelled bad, the trash was hefty, the trash overflowed, or the trash leaked awful fluids from leftover meals and beverages. One day I […]
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Allowing The World to Enter

Scripture is very clear about those who live in the world and those who live for the world. But as a Christian, I struggle every day with separating myself from the world and not completely alienating myself. Because I still have the duty as a Christian to spread God’s good news, which means I have […]
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Don’t Play The Shame Game

I remember it like it was yesterday. Sitting in second-period algebra class, during my freshman year of high school. We were reviewing factoring, and the teacher was going around the room calling on students. As the teacher got closer to me, she called my name. Then something happened. I blanked. I panicked. I stared blankly […]
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