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Personal Growth

Never stop feeding your soul and asking the hard questions. Get personal growth tips to help you keep growing.

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How to Avoid Burnout

This season of life is filled with dramatic and very real challenges — in our local communities and throughout the world. Making these simple and intentional shifts to my daily life has been incredibly helpful.

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Take the High Road

Discover how to set yourself up for success with two simple tips that can help you remain true to yourself — even when bad things happen.

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Hospitality Serves the Giver & Receiver

Hospitality helps us strengthen relationships and form new bonds, even with those of differing beliefs.

Podcast Guest Appearances from Bob Lonac

Podcast Guest Appearances

Discover some of my favorite podcasts where I’ve recently been honored as a guest speaker.

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Stop, Look, Listen, GO!

Waiting isn't common in our time of instant gratification, but it's so worth it. Stopping, looking, listening, and then going gives us the ability to discern what God really intends for us.

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Feedback About Thinking Before You Speak

How the wisdom and insight of others is the ‘Breakfast of Champions.’

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Jesus Said to Carry Your Cross. Every Day.

This topic is challenging, but Jesus said to do it (Don't worry, I'm still figuring it out, too).

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Think for Yourself

This simple quote by Steinbeck is a powerful reminder of how God made us and how following Him is the way.

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Finding Enlightenment

Want to see and grow spiritually? Learn to look at the world through God’s eyes and discover His light.

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The Power of Encouragement

We all need encouragement to achieve the full potential God gave us. And, we all have the power to encourage others!

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Slow Down and Behold!

‘Behold’ is used 1,298 times in the King James version of the Bible. It is derived from the Greek word ‘eido,’ which has the literal translation of: be sure to see. Or as I like to think of it — don’t miss this.

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Cultivate the Success of Others

When you are humble before God, you can listen to other people, listen to God, and not be defensive.