Telling Your Story: A Faith that Embraces Uncertainty

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Just back from my trip in Guam, I'm privileged to share this guest post by Jeremy Statton. He is an orthopedic surgeon and a writer. He blogs about Living Better Stories. You can follow him on Twitter or download a free copy of his eBook Grace Is. On my first trip to San Francisco I tested my faith to see if my prayers could move mountains. But instead of land, I was trying to move fog.I had always dreamed of seeing the Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge is one of the greatest architectural … [Read more...]

10 Lessons from the Other Side of the World

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It's bitter sweet really, that feeling you get when you come home from a long trip. On the one hand, it's good to be home in familiar surroundings and to get incredibly awesome hugs from each of our six kids.On the other hand, we had a blessed time with friends in Guam, making new ones and becoming better acquainted with others. My wife enjoyed her time on a tropical island -- and has the tan to prove it. I did too.And the food -- well, let's just say Guam knows food.So it's with … [Read more...]

Life After Art: In Search of Beauty

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Today I am pleased to share a guest post from Eileen Knowles inspired by a book that is making some waves, Life After Art: What You Forgot About Life and Faith Since You Left the Art Room by Matt Appling. You can find Eileen and follow her journey as she takes The Scenic Route at www.eileenknowles.com Connect on Twitter and Facebook. "As artists and humans, we have to learn to color inside the line that is imperfect, messy or even a mistake. Nothing in your life will ever be just right. There … [Read more...]

Why School Education Reform Is a Lost Cause

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Today I feature a guest post from Steven Horwich here at FaithWalkers as I travel on the other side of the world.  Steven Horwich is a teacher, writer, director, and founder of Connect the Thoughts, providing resources and training for homeschooling. You can follow him on Twitter @Homeschoolcurr and Facebook.School education reform is an endless discussion, a droning litany that has pointlessly moaned on for decades. It is a migraine-inducing waltz with little variation and no … [Read more...]

Act Like a Man: A Call to Biblical Manhood

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While my mission continues in Guam, I am pleased to feature the thoughts of Kendall Lyons, a talented youth pastor, cartoonist, and writer. Kendall supplied the fun illustrations for my e-book Finding the Curve: The Secret to Explosive Personal Growth -- still available for free here. Grab a copy of Kendall's delightful collection of short stories today at his site here. You'll be hearing much more from this talented leader in the years to come. Right now, I feel more confident in the Lord and … [Read more...]

Special Post on “The Leadership Test” for my Equip Leadership friends in Guam

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Today's post is intended specifically for my friends in Guam to supplement my opening session on "The Leadership Test." Often when attending a conference, it can be a challenge to writie it all down if you're actually paying attention. So I am sharing a few things I plan to reference tonight to make it easy to follow up for further growth. Of course, I welcome communication directly via social media or e-mail: Bill@BillintheBlank.com if I can be of further assistance during my stay on this … [Read more...]

How to Practice the Art of Appreciation: A Practical Tip

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During my missions effort equipping ministry leaders in Guam, it's my privilege to feature this guest post from my good friend and mentor Richard Savidge, President of Ministry Coaching International. I first encountered him through this post from Michael Hyatt. Check out his weekly blog here, his awesome coaching and retreat adventures (Savidge Adventures), and follow him on Twitter andFacebook. When was the last time that you encountered a person whose life seemed to exude joy?Their … [Read more...]

Boston Marathon Bombing: Prayers and Reminders

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I just woke up in Guam. And there is blood on the screen. Again.3 dead now. One child. At least 12 dozen more injured physically.Thousands more scarred for life in even more substantial ways. God have mercy. Having just arrived in Guam for mission work late last night, I had been unplugged from news for the last 24 hours. I awoke this morning (Guam time) to hear of the horrific bombings in and around the Boston Marathon a few hours ago.For those needing to get up to s … [Read more...]


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