Face your fears

The fear of facing your fears is harder to overcome than the fear itself. Dale Carnegie said, “Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer your fears, don’t sit at home and think about it. Go outside and get busy!” Doubt has killed more dreams than failure ever […]

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Your best days are ahead

YOUR BEST DAYS ARE BEFORE YOU, NOT BEHIND YOU! “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no human mind CONCEIVED – the things God has prepared for those who love him.” 1 Cor. 2:9 Want these posts to come directly to your inbox? If you have a question or comment, please share it in the comment box at the […]

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Dads & Sons

When dad’s teach their son, they teach their son’s son. This is called LEGACY. Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. So invest BIG. Give of your time, talent & treasure. Apologize when you’re wrong. Be an example. Remember that one day your son is more likely […]

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healing wounds of the past

New York Times best-selling author and therapist, John Eldredge, says this about healing, “The healing of our wounds flows out of our Union with God, Christ. He says these following steps must be taken if we are going to find the healing we so desperately need: 1.) SURRENDER TO GOD. The branch must be returned […]

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A little more like Casey

Have you ever met someone you want to be more like? For me, that’s, my wife, Casey Johnson. She’s transparent, authentic and brave. One of her most endearing traits is that she doesn’t attempt to mask her idiosyncrasies; rather, she own’s them. Her power lies in her ability to laugh at herself and this empowers […]

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One principle for parenting

Your children get only one childhood. Make it memorable. 🎈Powerful parenting is built on shared experiences, not on provision alone. Create experiences and memories that your kids can hold onto. Choose experiences over buying stuff. The material things you purchase for your kids will break , but great memories will last their lifetime.

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