Monthly Archives: March 2011

My favorite day of the week

Sunday used to be my least favorite day of the week. These days, I’m already looking forward to it when Monday comes. What I love about Sunday: Meeting with our whole local church family and engaging in true fellowship (not … Continue reading

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Prayer and Sovereignty

I have always struggled with intercessory prayer (praying for others). Because, after all, if God is sovereign, why pray? I blame it on Calvin. I blame it on perfectionism. I blame it on my ability to over-intellectualize everything. I blame … Continue reading

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How to Fail Successfully

How to fail successfully, according to Inventor Charles Kettering: Honestly face defeat; never fake success. Exploit the failure; don’t waste it. Learn all you can from it. Never use failure as an excuse for not trying again. As one who … Continue reading

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