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3 Leadership Fallacies to Dispel So You Can Really Lead for Legacy

Like it or not, if our heart desires to serve the great call of God in our lives, then we're called to lead and liberate others into their greatness in God. 

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25 Random Pieces Of Advice For Leaders In Their 20s, 30s Or 40s

How I love this post by Carey Nieuwhof;  ...just a few excerpts of his wonderful word here.  May it stick on the wall of our hearts always: You are the common denominator in everything that’s happened in your life. Faithfulness is rare. Not just in marriage, but also in life. Culture teaches us to dispose of… Continue reading 25 Random Pieces Of Advice For Leaders In Their 20s, 30s Or 40s

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on relationships and forgiveness

And when you've convinced yourselves that it's really time to walk away is when you really walk away from the grace that's able to reconcile two broken halves together. When you decide to carry hurts unexplainable is when you compromise the gift of His love so unsurmountable to break impossible barriers, and remake deeply broken lives.

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When You’re Longing To Be Deeply Connected To Each Other : How Real Men With Really Angry Wives Really Act – A Repost

The wonder of love can get murky through the scrapes of life. And we can lose the wonder of love when we really choose to be in control.  Because the way to live life in control is to give the key of control to the One who really can control.

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How You Can Be Soft Against The Harsh & Release Courage In Your Pain Through Your Praise

I should memorise this by now: whenever we complain, we break the flow of praise, whenever we argue, we doubt the Hand that makes all the scrambled edges full.