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Tim Elmore is the founder and president of Growing Leaders, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization created to develop »
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Louie Giglio, pastor of Passion City Church, continues the series "Our House."»
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Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA, preaches on healthy relationships.
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Mark Gungor addresses a variety of issues related to women, dating, parental relationships and more. March 18, 2013 epis»
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Growing In Wisdom
From Breakaway Ministries
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photo creditOur mouths were filled with laughter, our tongues with songs of joy. Then it was said among the nations, “The LORD has done great things for them.”-Psalm 162:2Lord, I thank youthat you have caused so muchchange and growth in my life.I no longer choose to walk in the ways I used to,hang out in the situationsorwith the peoplethat would draw my heart and my mind away from you.You have in mindthe work you have begun in me.Help me not»
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Between every person and their dream is a gap. CEO of the Mission Exchange, Steve Moore, calls that gap “the capacity challenge.” It’s the space between who you are today and who you need to become in order to lay hold of your dreams.  In other words, you must grow your capacity in such a way that your dreams become achievable. Without personal growth, the gap will never be closed and your dreams will be banished to the wasteland of unfulf»
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The beginning of a new year typically represents new beginnings in our lives. We clean the slate, set new goals, and aspire to accomplish something meaningful. To leverage this time of the year, I suggest that you ask yourself four questions: In What Areas Do You Want to Grow? How Do You Plan to Grow? Who Will Hold You Accountable to Grow? The fourth question is, When and How Will You Evaluate Growth Progress? Evaluating progress is essential»
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The start of a new year is the perfect time to set a new course. Creating that course begins by answering four questions. The first question is, In What Areas Do You Want to Grow? The second question is, How Do You Plan to Grow? The third question to help you set your course and develop a solid plan for growth is, Who Will Hold You Accountable to Grow? Accountability brings a mixture of emotions. While we recognize its value in helping us gr»
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When beginning a new year, it’s always good to start with four essential questions. The first question is, “In What Areas Do You Want to Grow?” Once you’ve made an accurate assessment of your growth areas, a second question must follow. Without the second question, your growth goals will get lost in the growth resistant routines of life. While the first question helps you identify appropriate growth areas, the second question forces you»