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Your Story Matters

 “…Think of what you were when you were called. Not many of you were wise by human standards; not many were influential; not many were of noble birth. But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. He chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things – and the things that are not – to nullify the ... Read More »

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I Was

I watched a movie recently in which one of the lead roles was a man who lived a hard life, and paid the price through the judicial system, resulting in his arrest. Because of his arrest, and being confronted by the reality of his poor choices, a change took place in his heart.  And when questioned by authorities later, asking him if, in fact, he was the suspect in the crimes committed, his reply was a simple, ... Read More »

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Possibility

“If you believe in yourself, anything is possible”. I saw this quote on Facebook recently. This isn't the first time I’ve seen memes posted with this same type of “I can do it” mentality. At first read it’s inspiring and encouraging, right? Don't you read that and think, “ok, I can do this!” Whatever “this” is for you? It’s a harmless share from a ... Read More »

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Barriers

I had the opportunity last week to visit our new Chilean YMCA partner, the Valparaiso Y. I was invited to present a session of their Second Annual National Seminar for Trainers, or future Y leaders.  \YMCA’s from around the country of Chile sent university age students, who are the next generation of Y leaders, to the Valparaiso Y to learn valuable leadership skills and realign themselves with the Christian ... Read More »

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Words as Weapons

I wouldn’t call myself an avid yoga participant. On average, I would say I attend a yoga or PiYo Live class once a week (can you call Piyo Live yoga? I digress…). This week I attended a yoga class taught by Mary Hunter. There are many reasons I schedule this type of class into my calendar weekly, but the main one would be because my muscles are so tight – my hips, shoulders, back – all tight. ... Read More »

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