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How to be the Inspirational Leader you Aspire to Become

Such a fantastic read! If you’re a leader and you don’t subscribe to this blog, I’d encourage you to do so. Source: How to be the Inspirational Leader you Aspire to Become

With Fierce Determination, Jesus Arrived in Jerusalem

I’ve been in the Gospel of Luke since last summer, studying it under the tutelage of Bob Williamson, an incredible Bible teacher. I include the link to his website for you because it is a rare thing that a teacher of his caliber so…

Who Ups Your Average?

I have been thinking a lot lately about the things we surround ourself with. More specifically, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about who we allow to influence us and whether or not they are helping us to up our average. I’m using the…

Love Lived Out Matters – Lessons From Philemon

Earlier this month I had the privilege of teaching a group of Grade 10 students at Saskatoon Christian School the Inductive Study Method. (More information about that method can be found here.) It was my third year being asked and the last two years…

I’m 47 and I’m Celebrating!

It has taken me a long time to like who God made me to be, but I’m publishing here and now that He’s an amazing God who forms each one of us in his likeness – including me. What an amazing truth! I’m 47…

Encountering Christ Changes People: Don’t Look Through Old Lenses

Have you ever run into someone you used to know and they were so radically different (in a good way) that you had a hard time comprehending what happened to them? Have you ever looked in the mirror and said to yourself, “I hardly…

It’s Okay That I’m Weak

Just yesterday I was talking with a precious sister in Christ about my journey with and through anxiety. And it was during our discussion that this confession came out, “It’s okay that I’m weak.” I don’t know about you, but I feel pretty vulnerable…

Richard Schick – To Live is Christ, To Die is Gain (Phil 2:21).

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful. And now the prize awaits me—the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give me on the day of his return. And the prize is…

Practicing Presence – With God, Ourselves, and Others

In recent weeks I have been thinking a lot about what it means to be practicing the discipline of Presence. And I’ve been doing so because in today’s world, with everything that clamours for our attention, not to mention the effects of sin, it…

Women in Leadership II: A Mentee’s Perspective

A privilege to be invited to share a mentee’s perspective.

From Generation To Generation

Ever heard stories about how a particular person or place had influenced several generations of people? Yeah, me too! In my early years of being a student at Horizon right through to my present day journey of being on staff, I have heard countless…

Our Life Purpose: I Found Mine, What’s Yours?

A few months back I was in a class that required us to come up with a life purpose statement. The goal of the exercise was to help us gain greater clarity about who we are as people and leaders. I confess that though I had come up…

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