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When something bad happens, we might wonder what we did wrong to deserve the difficult circumstance. If faith is important to us, we might bring God into the conversation. If good things happen and our life is going well, we think God is happy with us. If bad things...read more
I used to get really anxious when something would go wrong in my life. I lived in “protection-mode.” I always worried about losing something, doing something wrong, or saying the wrong thing. Then I would beat myself up when I made a mistake (which we all do)....read more
I’m a huge fantasy football fan. (If you’re not familiar with fantasy football, you select individual players for your team, and you get points each week based on how well that player did in their game.) Most often, fantasy football is focused on the players. Who is a...read more
I’m reading an interesting book called “The Advantage” by Patrick Lencioni. In the book, he talks about the importance of organizational health. We don’t often focus on organizational health, even though most of us know how bad it is to be part of an unhealthy...read more