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A woman wades into deep waters

I was recently listening to a motivational speaker, and she said something that goes with the Christian struggle. The speaker said, “Any dead fish can float down stream with the current, but it takes a live fish to swim upstream against the current!” Where are you in your Christian life? Are you just going along […]

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If you were sitting among a group of God’s people or any average gathering of Americans on a Saturday afternoon and someone asked, “How many people here like rock and roll music,” how would you respond? In most cases, if you’re honest you would quickly raise your hand as would many others, including myself, because […]

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Are we accountable as Christians? Do we need to be doing things rather than just believing in Christ’s sacrifice for us? I believe the answer to both of these questions is yes. Let’s talk about why we need to be accountable and how we can be accountable. The Bible makes it clear Christians need to […]

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We Do Recover


“When at the end of the road, we find that we can no longer function as a human being…we all face the same dilemma, either go on as best we can to the bitter end, or find a new way to live” (paraphrase of quotation from “12 Steps”). This year’s INFUSE theme of accountability is […]

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Six Keys To Change

Start Now Key Meaning To Commence Immediately With Internet

In the book, Influencer, Joseph Grenny and Kerry Patterson cite six important points to keep in mind in order to change just about anything. Many of us have probably tried some of these six ideas before to change, but according to Grenny and Patterson the key is to try to employ all six of these […]

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Editorial: Affluenza – The Antithesis of Accountability

Young businessman sitting at the table with laptop and shrugging over gray background. I dont know.

I am always amazed at the end of every year at the words that have entered our vocabulary over the previous twelve months. Often, the newly-accepted words deal largely with technological advancements. However, in 2015, there is one word that has captured my attention, and for all of the wrong reasons – “affluenza”.   In […]

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You Need to Set Goals.

For a Christian, the most important goal that can be attained is entering the kingdom of God (Mathew 6:33). But like any goal, you have to set up a plan that includes specific practices in order to achieve the goal. An old saying states, “A journey of 1,000 miles begins with one step.” In other […]

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