Check Your Direction

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One of my goals when I was growing up was to have season tickets to my favorite college football team’s games (Think red, white, and snorting). I shared that with my wife after we got married and she said, “why don’t we get tickets for this season?” Yay! I did marry the most incredible woman in the world! We sat … Read More

Are You Hitting the Target?

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Like a target, goals give any endeavor direction and meaning. So what kind of goals should a disciple-maker have? While this isn’t an exhaustive list, its a great starting point. Goal 1) For my disciple to become Christ-like.  To be Christ-like, a disciple must obey Christ’s teaching as summed up in the Great Commandment and Great Commission.  That’s what the … Read More

The Blessing of Limitations

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Contrary to popular belief, you cannot do everything you set your mind to. No matter how hard I try, I will never slam dunk a basketball on a ten-foot goal (without assistance), or solve the mysteries of the superstring theory. Don’t get me wrong, I believe that humans can do incredible things when we set our minds to it (think … Read More

Six Degrees of New Year’s Resolutions

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This year, for my new year’s resolutions, I want to try an experiment with the “six degrees of separation” theory. You know what I’m talking about, right? The theory proposes that everyone in the world is connected by no more than six relationships. For instance, Elvis Presley may be your cousin’s-neighbor’s-friend’s-former girlfriend’s-roomate’s-uncle. (or something like that). So, to test the … Read More