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Body Language: What are we communicating?

Communication technology has advanced in many helpful ways, but for important conversations I prefer to sit face to face. It’s easy to misunderstand a text or email. I’ve had to clarify my message in person on more than one occasion. Research has shown that what we communicate is 55% body language, 38% tone and 7%…
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What are you building?

The minutiae of our actions build upon themselves day by day, becoming habits, becoming character. An investment compounds almost imperceptibly but yields growth in time. And the result of our work and our relationships builds a legacy as well. When we look back, no one thing may stick in our mind, but we see the…
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Shelter in the Storm

 Behold, a king will reign in righteousness, and princes will rule in justice. Each will be like a hiding place from the wind, a shelter from the storm. Isaiah 32:1-2 Each will be a shelter, a hiding place. Princes (and princesses!) take the lead of their ruler. They represent Him and fulfill His plan. We will…
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God’s House

In keeping with last week’s post, I want to continue to examine the power of words. We know that church is not a building; church is God’s people. In the same vein, the building we go to is not God’s House. He doesn’t live there any more than anywhere else His people congregate. The early…
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