Category: book reviews

Oola: How to Change the World with a Word;

Oola: How to Change the World with a Word

May 1, 2017

Four years ago a friend and I reconnected at a crossroads. By the time it was all said and done, I’d bought a kit and […]

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What do you want Me to do for you?;

What do you want Me to do for you?

March 16, 2017

“What is it you want Jesus to do for you?” As I read the next chapter in Shelly Miller’s Rhythms of Rest this question haunted […]

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When the best intentions get thwarted;

When the best intentions get thwarted

March 9, 2017

Ever notice how, sometimes, your best intentions get thwarted right out of the gate? Uh huh, yeah … I don’t think that’s an accident. The […]

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What You Believe Makes All the Difference;

What You Believe Makes All the Difference

February 24, 2017

“But this is what I’ve learned the hard way: what people think about you means nothing in comparison to what you believe about yourself.” Amen, […]

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Cultivating a Quiet Life;

Cultivating a Quiet Life

February 16, 2017

It started at the cabin. Well, really it was the weeks leading up to our time there. Phil and I raced toward the holidays and […]

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Books for a Healing Heart;

Books for a Healing Heart

June 3, 2015

Healing is a journey, not a destination. I was diagnosed with multiple systemic exhaustion syndrome in 2001, but the list of physical issues barely scratched […]

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479 or, The Compound Effect Part 2;

479 or, The Compound Effect Part 2

May 7, 2015

479, give or take. Is that … the number of things I’ve “liked” on Facebook this week? Nope. THAT number is quite possibly higher! the […]

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The Compound Effect;

The Compound Effect

April 18, 2015

I’m thinking a lot about the little things these days, thanks to Darren Hardy and Chalene Johnson. I read Hardy’s book, The Compound Effect, last […]

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Are you ready to “Talk Like TED”?;

Are you ready to “Talk Like TED”?

April 10, 2015

Carmine Gallo knows communication like da Vinci knew smiles, like Godiva knows chocolate, or like Audrey Hepburn knew style. His new book is one I […]

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