Pilgrimage

Each year, around the New Year, I sit and listen to what God desires my heart to know. Each year its different and each year I am challenged to seek and be more like my savior, Jesus. My brother in law would refer to these as his “marching orders,” this is mine. This year I […]

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Here to Serve

Hi all, I am shamelessly plugging my daughter’s upcoming mission’s trip to mexico through my blog. There is nothing that can teach you more about yourself than when you serve, and Noel (aka Mary) is doing just that below are the details, enjoy learning about the trip and about how you can help. For all […]

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Angry People…

Here are some things to keep in mind when  dealing with people who seem to be angry: People can look angry because they do not have all the facts leaving them confused. People can look angry when they are scared about an unfavorable health/ financial report. People can look angry when they feel alone. People […]

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The Cost of Workplace Conflict

The cost of conflict in the workplace is often a mitigated expense. When I talk with managers about conflict resolution, I get feed back such as, “what you do is so needed in every organization” or “I can think of a number of people right now who could use coaching” and “I wish I was […]

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soaking it all in…

I just thought I’d let you all know (all 2 of you that might possibly read my posts) that I am at the peacemaker ministry conference in Denver, Co. So far it has been fabulous, there is so much wisdom and experience in this hotel it is a bit over welming. I have met many […]

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facing conflict

Someone has hurt, annoyed, spoke bad, or came against you and it is eating at you. Why is it bothering you so much? One reason could be simply, because it stands in the way of having what you want, peace.   Most days we do have peace, but when we come across that one person who […]

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