Do you believe God works in strange and mysterious ways? If so then I have a story for you. In this episode I continue the story of the theft of my identity. What started as a lesson about forgiveness takes a drastic turn when my identity is used and a crime is committed and a warrant is out for my arrest.
As I reflect on the racial issues that have swept across our country I find a connection to school shootings. I have given most of my career to ending school shootings. I find a great number of similarities between the two issues. I believe there are solutions to both if we're willing to look in the mirror and respond to the face we see.
In this episode I tell the story of when my identity was stolen. This is a two-part episode. This week I talk about anger, resentment, and forgiveness. Next week I pick back up the story and share how I learned just how strange and mysterious God can work.
In this episode I tell the story of my recent accident stacking hay and lessons that Ive learned.
When accidents come our way we need to take stock of who we are, what we've learned about ourself and the world around us. We need to allow accidents to become life tests that bring courage and endurance as well as compassion and blessing.
To enjoy an abundant life we need overcome our fears. in this episode I present ten steps that I follow in my own life. Thanks for listening.
What do you when your faith feels more like walking across a dusty plateau than a lush forest? In this podcast I offer ten things to do to get your life off of the spiritual plateau.
Today I continue the conversation about Ambition. I talk about ambition as it relates to meaning in life. When we fulfill our ambitions we find meaning. Ambition is a sacred expression of why God sent us into the planet. Additionally I explore the New Testament's view of ambition as well as ambition and the Covid 19 virus.
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Today I want to take another week talking about ambition. I'm interviewing my daughter Kelsey. We talk about her ambition that led her on a trek through Nepal and working on a Covid unit at St. Anthony's hospital.
Ok, I'm proud of her, but she fuels my own sense of ambition.