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Blog Entry | Inspiration >
When our delight is truly in Christ and the advancement of the Kingdom to come, no earthly opinion, affirmation,honor matter but one Christ’s “Well done thou good and faithful servant!” May the eternal affirmations of Christ alone, King of Kings and maker of men, Holy God and Savior to all be the only royally given, unconditional proclamation our souls seek for, delight in, and dwell upon. And if you listen to the still small majestic voice»
Blog Entry | Writing >
While there are many different awards in Hollywood, the pinnacle of achievement in the motion picture industry is to receive an Oscar. That little gold statue is highly prized because the affirmation comes from peers. While there are other awards which are appreciated, the award from industry professionals makes a huge difference. Watching this process, I started thinking about what equivalent we have in the book publishing world. In some wa»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Affirmation is a drug that we get addicted to from childhood. If you’re a parent, I’m sure you’ve had days when your little one runs up to you with excitement in his or her eyes and presents to you their clay cup or finger painting that they slaved away all day on at school. Although []The post Affirmation: The Never Ending Search for Validation appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
Blog Entry | Technology >
This one is a doozy and I never thought this could happen to me, but did you know that technology can easily become a constant source of affirmation in your life, to the point where you end up neglecting your important friendships and relationships?  Yep, its possible, so be aware. With all the technology options available to us today (Facebook, Twitter, blogs, forums, chat, email, iPhones, iPads etc) it is overwhelmingly easy to turn to it when»
Blog Entry | Women >
   1.  I am a good friend.2.  I make friends easily.3.  I have great friends.4.  I have a lot to offer my friends.5.  I am there for my friends.6.  I nurture my friendships.7.  I encourage my friends.8.  I am friends with positive people.9.  I am grateful for my friends and let them know it.10.  My friends love me for who I am.11.  I love my friends for who they are.12.  I choose my friends wisely.13.  I cherish my friends.14. »
Blog Entry | Moms >
Photo via FlickrSo...I am a mom. I do "mom things". Some "mom things" that people agree with a some mom things that people don't. I've never really thought much about the choices I make and actions I take as a mom. I just do what comes naturally to me and what feels like the right thing for my kids.I generally try to surround myself with people that agree with my choices and have similar beliefs about parenting and how children should be cared fo»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
When you’re a youth director, you feel inadequate about 60-ish percent of the time. If you’re me. I took the job two years ago with a very slight clue of how to go about it. My goal was to maintain the smoothest transition possible and uphold the normal youth traditions of nerf wars, lock-ins and the like. However, I also wanted to try new activities and test reactions. It’s been a slow process. I say that inadequacy easily dwells in this r»
Blog Entry | Devotionals >
Part 18 – “Route 66”Book of Job In times of suffering, God reveals Himself to us not by answering our questions and accusations but by affirming His total control. We don’t have to understand all that goes on behind the scenes in the spiritual and moral realm of God’s plans for us. God calls us instead to trust and obey. Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Wayne’s Web site (c) 2008 Wayne Stiles
Blog Entry | Devotionals >
Part 18 – “Route 66”Book of JobIn times of suffering, God reveals Himself to us not by answering our questions and accusations but by affirming His total control. We don’t have to understand all that goes on behind the scenes in the spiritual and moral realm of God’s plans for us. God calls us instead to trust and obey. Open this podcast in iTunes Go to Wayne’s Web site (c) 2008 Wayne Stiles
Article | Volunteers >
 
Pastor Carey Nieuwhof outlines a five-step method for dealing with uncooperative church volunteers.