Advent on the Blog: Joseph

Imagine being an average, working class guy who is engaged to be married and finding out your fiancé is pregnant, but knowing you had nothing to do with it. That shock and hurt is exactly what Joseph felt when Mary told him she was pregnant. Thankfully, God intervened by sending an angel to explain the whole thing to him. He then had a choice: stay with Mary and help her raise the Messiah, or divorce her quietly and move on with his life. Take a look at the Christmas story through Joseph’s eyes.

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Advent on the Blog: Zechariah

We love the advent season! The opportunity to slow down and remember that God loved us so much that He sent His only Son to us; to live among us, give us an example of what life could look like, and ultimately sacrifice His life to reunite us with God. We are dedicating the blog to the advent story. So settle in with blanket and something warm to drink while we take a look at the story of Zechariah and Elisabeth.

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Look Ahead…Prepare to Finish Well

At some point we all have to consider how we want to be remembered. But what if you decided early the kind of legacy you want to have and you lived your life to ensure it. In today’s blog, we invite you to ask yourself some questions to lead you to live out the type of legacy you want to leave.

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Look Out…Get God’s Heart for the World

The world is so much bigger than our own sphere of people or experience. God’s love reaches to every corner of it. Christ’s sacrifice is for every person. This comes as an encouragement and challenge. His love and grace is available to all. We don’t get to choose who deserves it, we are called to share it will everyone!

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Look At…Clarify Your Why, How, Who

When you tell someone what you’re going to do often their response is “why”. Starting your thought process by exploring why you’re doing that thing, what your motivation is for it, will help you be more successful and more sustainable. It acts as a sort of compass and helps you answer the questions “how”, “what”, and “who”. Today’s blog encourages you to take a good look at why you’re doing what you do.

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Look In…Know Yourself from the Inside Out

Knowing who you are and how God sees you is crucial to personal and professional success. It helps you achieve health in your relationships, decisions, and lifestyles. Today’s blog, the next installment in our book launch series for the Group Study Edition of our book Fit & Flourish: Discover How God Created You to Make a Difference, invites you to take a good look inside yourself by considering four questions that will help you understand how God sees you and who He created you to be.

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Look Back…Remember Where You’ve Come From

We all have things in our past that we are grateful for…. and some things we’d rather forget. But all of our experiences, relationships, and seasons helped shape who we are now and who we will be as people and leaders. But those things don’t have to define us. Today’s blog post invites you to consider parts of your past to learn from and parts to just let go.

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Look Up: Fit & Flourish Book Launch Blog Series

We can’t tell you how excited we are about the launch of the new edition of our book, Fit & Flourish. This edition is set up for personal journaling or to use as a small group study. The next few weeks we will give you a glimpse behind the cover to introduce you to the book so foundational we named our organization after it. Enjoy Look Up.

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What to Do When You’re Standing at the Crossroads

The new edition of our book Fit & Flourish: Discovering How God Created You to Make a Difference is now available! This edition has all the great content of the original book, plus it’s set up as a personal journal or for group studies. We’ll be releasing a series of blog posts that dig into some of the life changing insights you’ll find in this book.

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Seven Essentials of Great Missional Organizations

Cultivating a missional focus within your organization is crucial. But how do you do it well? We came up with seven essentials to weave into the DNA of your organization to help you succeed.

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