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How Gracious Accountability Can Change Your Life – Part 2 of 2

Have you tried to line up good accountability in the past, but ended up feeling frustrated? Accountability gone-wrong can indeed do more damage than good. Whether the person who said they would root for us seems to have forgotten us or the team we joined somehow left us in the dust, when accountability takes a wrong turn we often stop… Read More

How Gracious Accountability Can Change Your Life – Part 1 of 2

I used to squirm when anyone mentioned accountability, much less suggested it. Maybe you, too, think accountability is a four-letter word…on steroids. And maybe your reasons for politely turning down offers to hold you accountable resemble the excuses I used to give: “I’ve got this, thank you.” “That’s for people who have a real problem, not a little challenge.” “I… Read More

When You Need Directions

Walking from the parking garage to the entrance of the hospital, I felt reasonably sure I could navigate my way to the surgery waiting area. I had been there a few years back during both my daughter and my husband’s almost back-to-back surgeries. But making my way through the winding corridors I became confused and soon realized I needed to… Read More

Why Feeling Grateful Isn’t Enough

“Now one of them, when he saw that he had been healed, turned back, glorifying God with a loud voice, and he fell on his face at His feet, giving thanks to Him.” ~ Luke 17:15-16   Undoubtedly, He knew they were grateful. And He had dismissed them Himself. “Go,” He said. “Show yourselves to the priests.” Ten leprous men called… Read More