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Spasmodic Hercules vs Your Morning Routine

Jul 06, 2020

(We all have obstacles to our morning routines, this series is designed to help you identify and overcome them so that you can start each day strong.)

Spasmodic Hercules. If that isn’t the best phrase ever, I don’t know what is......

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The Heart of Move Time

Jul 02, 2020

This post is by Shaina Weisgerber.

My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. Psalm 73:26

I’ve been in a Move time funk recently. I’m sure it has something to do with the fact that...

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Moving from Reluctant to Willing

Jul 01, 2020

This post is by Patricia Lewis.

This is my very first real blog post.  I am reluctant to begin writing, and the due date looms ever closer as I finally begin typing these words.  It isn’t that I don’t want to write it; it is...

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Letting Go of Planner-Distraction

Jun 29, 2020

This post is by Jazmin Frank.

I have a planner problem. I think the internet world calls it “planner envy,” though I think a better phrase is “planner distraction.”

It started a few years ago when I discovered a planner...

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Calming Our Anxious Souls in the Midst of a Pandemic

Jun 25, 2020

This post is by Caris Snider.

 

Everywhere you look, it’s all around you. 

Fear

Panic

Dread

Worry

Doubt

Anxiety. . .it is crippling our world and stealing our lives. 

In the midst of this pandemic, isolation has become king....

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When the Routine Changes

Jun 22, 2020

This post is by Deb Alexander.

I love a routine.  I’m a planner by nature, and years ago I created a morning routine that works well for me.  The specifics have changed a bit over the years, of course, but overall the rhythm has...

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Deep Breaths...

Jun 19, 2020

This post is by Tami Rodriguez.

 

Covid, murder hornets, civil unrest, riots...I’ve seen many memes welcoming us to the next level of Jumaji which is funny... but not funny! I’ve found myself rather paralyzed the last few days if...

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Broken and Shaken

Jun 18, 2020

This post is by Christy Hinnant.

Sometimes when God speaks, He’s a gentle whisper.  Sometimes, He’s a crashing wave.  Sometimes, He’s in the breeze, and sometimes He’s in the thunderstorm.  But sometimes,...

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Serenity

Jun 15, 2020

This post is by Tami Rodriguez.

 Most of us know the famous old Serenity Prayer written by Reinhold Niebhur.  In fact most people can quote it regardless of their faith or religion and it is found on everything from blankets to key...

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The Privilege We All Possess

Jun 12, 2020

This post is by Kelli LaFram.

First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and...

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