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3 Ways of Looking at and Thinking about Other People
Glennon Doyle Melton
By Glennon Doyle Melton
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I have something to report from my therapy session. I love therapy. And I think everyone should tell everyone all the things they learn in therapy because therapy is quite expensive. But if everyone can benefit from everyone’s therapy, I feel like it’s a really decent investment. So, recently my smart therapist said this: There […]

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What I Learned From a Funeral I Haven’t Attended Yet
Joshua Becker
By Joshua Becker
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Often times we hear about the regrets of the dying—and we are warned to avoid making their mistakes. But rarely are we offered the alternative. Rarely are we given an example of how to face death with few regrets. And rarely are we presented with the intentional decisions we can make today that will prepare us to face our own mortality with courage and confidence.

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Grappling with Control and the Fear of Dying
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I have a love/hate relationship with death. I like life. I enjoy getting up every morning. I like my job and my friends and the city where I live. I have bad days but not many. And I like building things in this life. I like building books and launching others into their careers. And yet every once in a while I realize this whole thing is going to be taken away.

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Getting Over My Guilt About Not Doing Christian Ministry
By Allison Vesterfelt
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You Don’t Have to Make Your Bed to Write a Book
By Donald Miller
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What We Can Learn From Celebrities’ Failures
By Al Andrews
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3 Risks That Will Always Be Worth Taking
By Tsh Oxenreider
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Why Shining Jesus is Better Than Broadcasting Him
By Donald Miller
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Who Will You Let Shape Your Story?
By Scott McClellan
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Looking for a Radically Different Community?
By Donald Miller
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What You’re Missing on the Way Up
By Cadence Turpin
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