The previous two articles have been about making the decision and commitment to live intentionally and establishing a solid foundation, a framework, to build on. This article will build on the content of the last two weeks by providing you with some structure and strategic exercises to practically take some seriously helpful action steps for […]
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In the last article, What Intentional Living Means & Why It Matters, I shared about a decision each of us can make: the decision and commitment to pursue an intentional life. But like anything we decide to pursue, we need a process for where and how to begin. This article will provide the middle […]
We only have one life to live, so we better make it count! If you’re anything like me or most people I know and work with, you care deeply about living a purposeful and effective life. You long to have a tangible impact on your community and the world around you. The problem is, living […]
“Character is long-standing habit.” –Plutarch In my search for the life of Christ-like character, I’ve come across one incredible finding: avoiding habits of character actually waste our time. Let me give you an example. I spend a lot of time on my phone—checking emails, responding to texts, scrolling through Facebook, etc. I sometimes do this […]
Make it your goal to live a quiet life, minding your own business and working with your hands, just as we instructed you before.” –Thessalonians 4:11 (NLT) The more I investigate Jesus and what the life of character truly looks like, the more I’m drawn to the idea of quiet living. Several years ago, I […]
The other day I realized I was overly focused on my career. This was convicting to me. I realized that many of my goals, desires, and thoughts centered around my career. This is why I resolved to improve my character and lead a whole life in 2016 — something that’s not necessarily related with my […]
During this time of year, many of us aspire to change. We say we’re going to work out more or eat healthier or make more money, etc. But what really lies at the root of our desire for change? Is it healthy? Or better yet, is it Christ-like? I want to become a better person—someone […]