How to have more joy

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Mobile users click here to see the video Do you have enough joy? Joy is an essential ingredient for a balanced life. It’s like oil in an engine. Without it, your life is just a grind. God created humans with a capacity and a need for joy. So how can we find it and get enough? In this video you’ll …

How to be more creative

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Mobile users click here to see the video Do you want to be more creative? Creativity is one of the most unique gifts that God gave to man. It’s part of being made in God’s image. I bet you don’t feel creative at all. You think you’re stuck in a rut for life. So then it’s time to wake up …

Are you a Lego Christian?

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Lego taught me a lesson about Christians My kids loved Lego and could play with it for hours. I never understood what made it so addictive. So I decided to find out. Now that they are off at University I was able to get the Lego box out and play/research with it myself. I was surprised what I learned. This …

What kind of family do you come from?

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Was your family functional or dysfunctional? Yes we all come from some kind of family. There are so many different kinds, each with its strengths and weaknesses. Some family characteristics endear them to us, others make us want to move to a different country… or planet. There is no denying that there is a permanent connection between us and our …

Do you need to be in control?

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Why do we all want to be in control? It’s the most common addiction in humans I think. It starts at age 2 and then gets steadily worse. How can you spot a control freak? Where does this craving come from? Can the need for control be controlled? Is it possible to not be in control and stay sane? Is there …