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Define Your Own Success

May 20, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments
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May 20, 2013 Define Your Own Success by Jerry Murray On the first day of practice, we set the following goals for our little league baseball season: Team and parents will work together to encourage one another – in essence to build a healthy community. Players will improve incrementally each time we are together. No […]

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Living Through Transitions

April 6, 2013 Living Through Transitions by Dennis Clemmer Transitions have been on my mind a lot recently, given several family events. Both of my daughters are pregnant, expecting to deliver daughters of their own this summer, two weeks apart. For Valerie and Gordon, this is their second child. Evan, our grandson, will turn three […]

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What Was That You Asked?

Apr 22, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments

April 22, 2013 What Was That You Asked? by Sheryl Eberly The sun had set over the city and the evening lights brightened. Outside, traffic sped by the restaurant. Inside, candles flickered and conversations hummed just a decibel below the mood music. The talk at our table was on business and political affairs. Interesting stuff […]

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Traveler, There Is No Path

Apr 05, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments

April 5, 2013 Traveler, There Is No Path by Joanne Ladley Those of you who know me know that one of my favorite quotes is from Machado: Traveler, there is no path.  Paths are made by walking. I’m not sure why this quote is so intriguing to me.  Maybe it’s because left to my own […]

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The Power of Patterns

Mar 20, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments

March 20, 2013 The Power of Patterns by Daryl Leisey No doubt you’ve heard it said: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing the same way and expecting a different result! Author Andy Stanley fleshes out this idea in his book, The Principle of the Path. He says the path you take will […]

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Mirror, Mirror…

March 5, 2013 Mirror, Mirror… by Roger North Have you ever thought about how many times you look into a mirror in the course of the day? Mirrors seem to be everywhere. When did we decide that every sink should be accompanied by a mirror? Unfortunately, looking into a mirror is not always encouraging for […]

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Becoming a Sage

Feb 21, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments

February 21, 2013 Becoming a Sage by Gerald Meck All of us go through different stages of life.  Several weeks ago I signed up for Social Security. I resisted this for a time partly because I do not consider myself to be old. At church several weeks ago, someone described those of us over 65 […]

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A Family Plan

Feb 05, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments
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February 5, 2013 A Family Plan by Craig Schloneger Several weeks ago we said goodbye to our two oldest children as they headed back for their spring semester of college.  It seems strange for me to be at this stage of life where our children come home for a ‘visit’ before going back to their […]

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Recognize the Gifts of your Team Members

Jan 21, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments
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January 21, 2013 Recognize the Gifts of your Team Members by Jerry Murray The other day, I attended a local baseball clinic with my 8 year old son Jared.  Like me, Jared loves baseball.  He could play every day of the week. As a couple dozen kids lined up to start throwing, one particular kid […]

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Planning for Success

Jan 04, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments
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January 4, 2013 Planning for Success by Dennis Clemmer Three days from now Notre Dame and Alabama will be playing for the National Championship of college football. I am an avid fan of Notre Dame which doesn’t sit too well in this part of the country. But that is beside the point. Recently I was […]

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