It’s Here!

Posted on March 30, 2016

Today is the day! It's finally here! The Expanded + Study Guide Edition of Think Differently Live Differently! Order yours today!

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Pathways to Sanity

Posted on March 28, 2016

We think it is anger. But I believe it is more. I believe our anger is just an outward symptom of other ills that are best understood by thinking differently. We watch from our varied positions with anxious expectations as we move through one of the strangest and most polarizing election cycles in our history. It seems we watch with fear or frustration, all of us wanting something and all of us afraid that someone will take away the ...

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Think Differently Live Differently Update

Posted on March 20, 2016

Okay... I am so excited!! I finally have a concrete timeline! The Revised Edition of Think Differently Live Differently: Keys to a Life of Freedom will launch March 31st!!!! This edition has new material, a fresh edit, and a study guide built in, to facilitate group or individual engagement. I will launch it officially at the Freedom Event in St Louis at Gateway61, with all my friends there. It should be available at that time online, or ...

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Think Differently Learn Differently

Posted on April 12, 2015

But the goal of our instruction is love from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith -1 Timothy 1:5 His eyes focused on the white ball, centered exactly at the point of his cue. Sliding the cue back and forth, his eyes took in the target and all the green felt that lay between his cue stick and his intended target. “Breathe in while you slide the cue and watch the angles. Don’t tense up but don’t get too relaxed ...

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Spiritual Maturity

Posted on February 15, 2015

When did the word “Christian” cease to mean “Christlike”? How can so many grow up in a church culture and so few be truly spiritually mature? The answer must be found in our understanding and view of what it means to be spiritually mature, and how spiritual maturity is obtained. Spiritual maturity is of course most demonstrated by the consistency of the fruits of the Spirit, (Galatians 5; Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, etc.) moving ...

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Posted on January 10, 2015

They say that among those who have the most difficult time with trauma, are those who have stood on buckling ground in the midst of an earthquake. It is this betrayal by the planet of what we all call “solid Ground” that makes it difficult for people to feel safe following such a shake-up. When that which we have always assumed is unshakeable is shaken right below our feet, it shifts our fundamental assumption of safety. It shakes not just ...

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Posted on January 5, 2015

(Note: Continuing along the line of sharing my journey from 2014. This year has shaped a number of things in my soul, and it feels important to start the year writing about this journey. It appears I am not alone) Without a vision, I hear, people perish. I might say it this way. When I stopped dreaming, I started to let go of life. I stopped dreaming, because I stopped hoping. You know—hope—that way of thinking that has inherent expectati...

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Posted on January 3, 2015

(Note: This is by far the most personal blog I have ever written. While it is still about thinking differently, it has been one of the most profound experiences of my recent history.) It rose up inside me like some sort of occasionally hidden roadblock to the needful things inside my soul. I couldn’t explain it, but I certainly couldn’t deny it. And most significant, I couldn’t seem to overcome it. It should have been simple. All I had ...

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Think Differently Lead Differently

Posted on August 28, 2014

Available October 15th Pre-Order Today! Pre-Order Now For too long we have looked for leadership lessons from experts who only believe in fifty percent of reality. As Christ followers we believe in both a visible material realm, and an invisible spiritual realm. We must stake our claim as those who live and walk in both the visible and invisible worlds simultaneously. To lead the unique organism that is the body of Christ, whether in a ...

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Background: The Context to Right Conversations

Posted on January 19, 2014

Change the world? Yes please, but first we have to engage our culture. Engage the culture?  First we have to learn to steer clear of destructive conversations.  This is part four in a series on engaging in conversations that make an impact. (more…)

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