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Authentic & Purposeful

That’s the kind of life I strive to live, and I bet you do, too.  I believe God has uniquely designed me and my life for a specific purpose and I believe the same is true of you.


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Only what's done for Christ will last

Only What’s Done for Christ Will Last

We are now almost two weeks into a new year — time marches on! I’m reminded of the plaque that hung at the bottom of my Grandma’s staircase that read: Only one life, ’twill soon be past, Only what’s done for Christ will last. Those two lines are part of a much longer poem, written by C.T. […]

Defeating the Christmas Grinch

How Jesus Defeated the Christmas Grinch

Does the Christmas Grinch threaten to steal your joy during the Christmas season? If so, there is hope! The signs that Christmas is coming soon are all around us now. Christmas music follows us everywhere we go. Decorations line the streets and cover homes and lawns. People scurry around in stores agonizing over what gifts […]

What the Bible says about life purpose

What the Bible Says About Life Purpose

With so much emphasis on finding your life purpose or mission in life, have you ever wondered what the Bible has to say about life purpose? It turns out God has plenty to say in Scripture about His purpose and plan for each person. Not only that, He tells us in His Word that He […]

how to have a balanced life and healthy relationships

The Key to a Balanced Life and Healthy Relationships

A mentor once introduced me to a simple diagram which brings clarity to living a more balanced life and having healthier relationships. It helps us know what is our responsibility and what isn’t and when to say “yes” and when to say “no.” Most importantly, it puts God in His rightful place, resulting in freedom […]

“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

—Ephesians 2:10