SERMON ARCHIVE (Page 55)

SERMON ARCHIVE (Page 55)

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How Do I Get There? Living Upside Down

We started 2013 asking a couple of great questions. Week 1 we asked, “What am I good at? What is my sweet spot?” Week 2 we considered, “Where am I going? Finding and Pursuing my life’s call.” Sheila Thomson will close out this series with the question, “How Do I Get There? Living Upside Down.” Today, there is no shortage of…

Where Am I Going?

Why is it that some people do not like to ask for directions? Psychologists have come up with a few reasons for this behaviour. For one thing, it would mean having to admit that you are lost. And this could lead to feelings of anxiety and doubt about your abilities.  No one likes to feel lost. It can happen in any number of ways. You could reach a crossroads in your…

What are you good at?

This may be one of the most important questions you ask yourself. Sometimes, you can’t really tell what you’re good at until you try different things and find what you like most. Usually what you like most IS what you’re good at. Working as part of a team on a project is how many people learn about their strengths and talents. Are you usually the one people ask to…

New Year’s Message

One of the things a sprinter is taught early on in training is to never glance back at competitors during a race. This one simple momentary act can cause the sprinter to slow down or even miss out on winning the race. In the same way, we can’t live each day by looking at our past – whether the past includes hurts, embarrassments and mistakes, or even accomplishments. The…

What’s New in Your Life?

“What’s new?”  This is a common greeting among friends or acquiantances who have not seen each other for awhile.  How would you respond to such a greeting? Would you be searching for something to say? Or, would you come back with a reply like, “Oh, same old, same old, you know.” Most of us like new things. We like the smell of a new car; we…