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Fergie Quits Drugs After “Conversation With God” Fergie says she waved goodbye to drugs after a conversation with God. The 37-year-old Black Eyed Peas singer forced herself to stop taking drugs after going to church one day when she was “really paranoid” the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and the SWAT (Special Weapons And Tactics) team were following her, but speaking to the Lord made her see sense. She said: “My brain had been p»
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Time to myself in this large room in the back of my building at work has changed my life. It’s in this room that I have spent an enormous amount of time with God and Christ. It was in this room that I yelled to God, called out to God, cried out to God and He heard my pleas. Several tears were shed, several bonds were broken and several things that only God could tell me were said to meheard loud and clear. I am more than ever convinced that one»
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I’m grateful to have James Prescott here today sharing his amazing, hard, beautiful story of growing up and finding God in the midst of a painful childhood. I know his story will bless you. He is a writer & creative exploring how we find divine hope in the messiness of life. He blogs regularly at www.jamesprescott.co.uk and is a regular guest blogger for various sites. Follow him on Twitter at @JamesPrescott77 & on Facebook. When I was»
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My previous posts in this series, Leading with God, talked about abiding instead of striving and a rhythm of work and rest. This post will focus on how we avoid the third way we leave God out of our leadership: making decisions in a vacuum. When I start to feel squeezed from the ticking stopwatch or job stress or family demands, I start going solo in my leadership. I start making decisions that affect a lot of people all on my own because I am»
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Building a daily time with God and enjoying it is vital to a wholehearted pursuit of God. I noticed both in my personal life and in the lives of others that much of our time spent with the Lord is out of balance. We spend too much time repenting, praying for our needs and the needs of others and not enough time in thanksgiving and adoration. This results in so much introspection and work that we actually begin treating prayer like having surger»
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My previous posts in this series, Leading with God, talked about abiding instead of striving and a rhythm of work and rest. This post will focus on how we avoid the third way we leave God out of our leadership: making decisions in a vacuum. When I start to feel squeezed from the ticking stopwatch or job stress or family demands, I start going solo in my leadership. I start making decisions that affect a lot of people all on my own because I am»
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Live broadcast of The Journey with Ron Moore from January 24, 2013. This broadcast features a conversation with Lori Szala, director of the Pregnancy Resource Center of the South Hills.     Related PostsStart Digging Defining Moments The Solid Foundation – Grounded | January 6, 2013 Service Countdown to Christmas – Zechariah’s Song | December 23, 2012 Service Immanuel—“God with us” The post The Journey Broadcast: Conversati»
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This morning I continued our journey through the Sermon on the Mount.  (Matthew 5,6, and 7).  We began the conversation with "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted."   When Jesus proclaims the Kingdom of God through his Sermon on the Mount Discourse, those that Mourn take a special place in the list.  We started this morning with an ask, "What is the mourning He is referring to?" Micro-As Jesus shows His interest in the pers»
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“Whatever failings or flaws anyone has get highlighted when under stress. So it is important in Washington to never neglect the importance of relationships, and not letting differences become personal. Find ways even for people to get away together.” “The other thing to be watchful of is it’s less the people themselves than the people who are egging them on.” “Don’t play the resignation card unless you intend to carry through.” Bi»
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A Conversation with Seth Godin | Dan Cathy
Dan Cathy, President and COO of Chick-fi»