Saturday, September 27th, 2014

You impress at a distance, but you impact up close. We too often live our lives at arm’s length. We’re afraid of being hurt, but God has called us to move against the status quo. If we really want to leave a lasting impression, then we have to be willing to get up close and personal. We’re going to have to move against our fears if we want to leave a lasting impression.

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Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Dreams cut short are lives cut off. Every person makes a difference. When you’re not living out your dreams, it not only affects you, but those around you. Our lives were purposed by God to touch those around us. When we’re not living that life to its fullest, others are affected in negative ways.

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Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

I’ve heard it said that a successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others have thrown at him. Criticism is always difficult to receive, but somewhere amidst the words lies a piece of truth we can learn from. Thus, we need to learn to receive rather than react.

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Monday, September 22nd, 2014

“A growth environment should be a place where growth is modeled and expected” (John Maxwell, Keys to a Healthy Growth Environment). What we live truly speaks louder than what we say. We must never forget that vision is caught more than it’s taught. But we must expect it just the same. We cannot excuse another’s complacency. We all must be growing – and expect it.

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