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Jan 29, 2015

Rediscovering Community: How Community Helped me Forgive

“ To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover the prisoner was you.” ~Louis Smedes For years I had been consumed with venom towards a special enemy. To protect the person involved I won’t go into the specific details. Our family had been generous to a woman, Jane,...
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Jan 28, 2015

Rediscovering Community: We All Need a Little of That!

Just a little over a week ago, I was surprised with a getaway birthday weekend to Houston. It was a weekend filled with love from my friends and family. While Gindi and I shared a delicious BBQ chicken pizza from California Pizza Kitchen, we talked about this idea of community...
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Jan 27, 2015

Rediscovering Community: Me Too!

I walked into the conference room full of women by myself. I am used to walking into rooms by myself. As one half of a married couple attending church activities alone, it becomes commonplace. I wasn’t expecting this. I wasn’t expecting to be ministered to in this way. I have...
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Jan 26, 2015

Rediscovering Community: What's Your Impact?

In the “popular” or “mainstream” side of business you find a number of articles that tout young startup owners, particularly the 30 under 30 . But the Kauffman.org data tells a different story and shows the age demographics of startup founders to be roughly split in the 23-27% range of...
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Nov 18, 2014

Create Good: Harvesting Quiet Gifts of Good

I grew up in a family entrenched in ministry. I saw shepherding and serving as difficult and thankless. My parents often burned-out on doing good but never pulled back for times of respite. The older I became, the more I resented their focus on other people, especially since my siblings...
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Nov 18, 2014

Create Good: Finding Purpose in a Pickle Jar

I love pickles–ALL sorts of pickles. Pickle spears to accompany sandwiches, dill slices on hamburgers, little gherkins for snacking, and giant pickles on a stick (the kind they sell at the state fair). Consequently, we have a lot of pickle jars at my house. I used to throw them away...
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