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How Do You Process Feedback?

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How Do You Process Feedback?

As the saying goes, “opinions are like belly buttons, everybody’s got one.” It is so true, every person is going to feel “some-kinda-way” about you, your work, and  your decisions. Many times they will even verbalize it. The question is, how do you process that feedback? Just the thought of receiving criticism will keep some […]

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Tell Me More! The Power of Descriptive Words

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The one thing that will help your writing immensely is mastering the use of descriptive words. The more vivid you can make your writing, the easier it is for your reader to experience the emotions and feelings associated with your story. It will also draw your reader in because it is touching on their experiences, […]

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Use Mind Mapping to Bring Clarity

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Mind Mapping brings clarity to your writing.

Many times when I sit down to write, many thoughts and ideas come quickly and become a jumbled mess in my head. Some are popcorn thoughts that I really want to capture, but they are coming so fast and so randomly, if I don’t grab them, they will escape. I begin to feel overwhelmed so […]

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Healing Happens When It Becomes His Story

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Surrender to God the pain, shame, and hurt of your story; then it becomes His story, highlighting His glory, goodness, and love.

We live in a fallen world. “Bad things happen to good people” because of the combination of the sin in this world and the gift of free will. We win the battle when we give it all to God!

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It Only Takes a Spark

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God gave me a very encouraging vision about the books He has placed in me and you. He showed me a bonfire, one that was burning very brightly and was extremely hot. I could hear the crackling of the fire and there were lots of “POPS” that would emit burning embers into the air. That […]

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What does Glory Look Like?

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Think of glory. It is radiant, brilliant, light, and warmth. It is amazing and breath-taking. The definition of doxazo, the Greek word for glory says, “to make glorious, adorn with lustre, clothe with splendour – to render it excellent.” After enjoying the last supper with His disciples, Jesus began to pray to His Father: Jesus […]

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Happy National Grammar Day!

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Here is a big shout out to all of your English teachers along the way who taught you the importance of English grammar! Happy National Grammar Day! Proper punctuation can be the difference of a wonderful meal together or cannibalism! Let’s eat, Grandma! or Let’s eat Grandma! Going back, I remember the endless drills in […]