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How To Identify Stagnant Thinking

Four Key Words in The Stagnation Series

  1. Determination: I can (Are you a determined person?)
  2. Dedication: I can do (What are you dedicated to doing?)
  3. Diversification: I can do all things (What are you broadening or diversifying?)
  4. Devotion: I can do all things through Christ (Who are you truly devoted to?)
The Truth About Moving Forward

Four Things That Will Help You Move Forward

  1. Forgetting (Requires a high level of maturity to let things go)
  2. Reaching (Requires a clear sense of direction- you can only reach for what you can see!)
  3. Pressing (Requires a stubborn level of grit)
  4. Believing (Requires unwavering faith)
Learn What To Celebrate

Introduction: I am concerned about the all-out attack on seasons of celebration in the name of showing loyalty to Christ. This year, I have sought to explore how to live and think in this new world. As we close out the year, I want to focus on the importance of the gift of celebration. In scripture, God inspires us to celebrate our design, fruitfulness, authority, and abundance.

Boundaries Book Reviews

Are you in control of your life? Often people focus so much on being loved that they forget their limits. In New York Times bestselling book, Boundaries, Drs. Cloud and Townsend unpack the ten laws of boundaries, showing you how to bring health and happiness into your relationships. This updated and expanded edition offers a new chapter that specifically addresses boundaries in the digital age, online dating, single parenting, and the workplace.

Confident and Doing The Work

Are you a confident person that truly believes in your life’s direction and God’s commitment to bless you (John 10:10)? The challenge we face in this season is a plague of confidence blended with naive optimism. It is important to recognize when you are being naively optimistic.  In James, they thought that because they had faith their works did not matter. Are you a confident person that truly believes in your life’s direction and God’s commitment to bless you (John 10:10)? The challenge we face in this season is a plague of confidence blended with naive optimism. It is important to recognize when you are being naively optimistic.  In James, they thought that because they had faith their works did not matter.

A confident person faces unexpected challenges and can lose hope, if not careful. Hopelessness over time can produce a toxic, sick-like, feeling that can shift our view of the world (Proverbs 13:12…Hope deferred make the heart sick). Balanced confidence that is rooted in truth and maturity can protect us from falling victim to naive optimism.

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