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Philippians 3:13

Choosing Contentment

Choosing Contentment

But I focus on this one thing: forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead. – Philippians 3:13 Life is lived here and now. Often we already have what we need, yet we look right past it hoping for something else to come our way. If I only had more money… If I could own a house… If I

Attitude — Choose to Be a Victor

No matter what your circumstances in life, you have a choice about your attitude toward them. Whether it’s the changing economy, difficult relationships, or a life-changing accident or illness, we possess the strongest mechanism there is to create a breakthrough: the power of attitude. We choose how we react, what we think about, and what we become — no

Going Forward By Going Backward

“The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” — Winston Churchill There are many books on the market that teach us how to “be in the present moment.” Yet first we must learn to visit the future. How might our present lives take on new meaning if we think

Matthew 6 30

Contentment: How Much Is Enough?

 “It is not good to have everything one wants.” — Blaise Pascal In this world of instant gratification and unlimited choices, we often find ourselves surrounded by mountains of things — furniture, knickknacks, toys (for children and adults), tools, clothes, and so on. Are all these things bringing us real joy and happiness or are they prohibiting

Get Outdoors and Stress Less

Get Outdoors

“God writes the Gospel, not in the Bible alone, but on the trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars.” — Author Unknown The great outdoors provides more thank just beautiful scenery and a wealth of raw materials. Its true riches have been known for centuries. When we get outdoors, we can draw on these