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Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Take time to just be with those you love. Without: doing impressing pursuing instructing correcting or nagging With: laughter listening encouragement hopes and dreams and love Tomorrow holds no guarantees . . . Love intentionally . . . now!
Blog Entry | Missional >
Today is part two in a  series on spiritual growth and development. Today’s post focuses on intentionality. You can find part one here. ———- If I were to sum up yesterday’s post on the topic of spiritual growth and discipline it would be this: very few people, if anyone, sees the hard ‘behind the scenes’ [...]
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Today, I want to begin a series of blogs on intentional friendship. When we choose to live the intentional life, one area that stands out as not receiving enough attention is in our relationships. Sadly, friendships are often the first thing discarded onto the side of the road when the superhighway of life gets hectic. In reality, meaningful relationships should be the one thing we build a fortress around and protect at all costs. The boundaries»
Blog Entry | Family >
"If your child's most vivid childhood memory was of today, what would he or she remember?" I wrote about this quote by Tricia Goyer a few weeks ago when I issued the 14 Day Challenge to Become a Better Parent. Basically, I wanted to be more intentional about the memories I was creating for my kids. I've spent the last two weeks trying to do better. I don't want to be remembered as the mom who never let my kids make a mess or the mom who always»
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Christians on the path to spiritual maturity have a habit of seeking God through prayer and worship – not just in church but also as a part of their daily life as a way to please and honor God, according The post Survey Shows Spiritual Mature Christians Intentionally Seek God appeared first on
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Intentional Parenting: Autopilot is for Planes.  The three authors of this book: Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan have over 50 years experience counseling kids and their parents. With that expertise, the authors guide us to understand how to be intentional parents. I think this topic so needful, I struggle when weariness hits to shift [...]
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
  My friend Ngina Otiende is guest posting today about intentional living. Ngina is a writer, avid reader and recovering »
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Related posts:Intentionally Loving People Cross Street Live Family Worship Experience Warner Brothers Movie Flipped: Live Facebook Chat If you have to live by the rules The post When you live intentionally appeared first on Ron Edmondson.
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
We live in a culture where we don’t always speak intentionally.  We don’s always say what we mean and mean what we say. We say things that we think others want us to say.  We beat around the bush. We don’t always say what we are truly feeling and if we do we can do so in a very mean way. Speaking intentionally is a gift. It allows us to take responsibility to communicate who we are to others. It is also a skill. We need to learn how»
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“God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.” -1 Peter 5:5 As we pursue the intentional life, it’s tempting to allow our pride to swell. “I’m in pursuit of the adventurous, abundant life. Most everyone around me is content sitting on the couch, watching TV, and living the mundane life. I must be something pretty special.” Add in a little success with a dash of notoriety, and it’s easy to lose sight of the reason we»