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How to Get Through The Not-So-Graceful Beginning
Hillary Rector
By Hillary Rector
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During a stretch of the gets-dark-so-early winter, my husband and I tried each weekend to make chicken tikka masala, something we love to order at Indian restaurants but had never made at home. In the process, I recognized an impulse in myself that pipes up whenever I try (or even ponder trying) something new. It […]

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Why I Have A No Drama Policy
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I have a friend named Paul who has set up his automated email signature to read “No Drama.” At first, I thought it was an odd thing to add to every email you send out, but then I realized how much drama we unnecessarily create in life. And it doesn’t serve us in our work […]

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Do You Filter Your Relationships? You Probably Should.
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Growing up as a Christian I was taught I should forgive and accept everybody. I still believe that. But what forgiving and accepting has looked like over the years has changed. One of the best pieces of advice I’ve received was given to me by my friend Ben. We were taking a break from a […]

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What You Can Learn About Being Yourself From Duck Dynasty
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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How hard would it be to stay “yourself” after becoming extremely successful? Last year the Storyline team got to spend a few days with Willie and Korie Robertson. To be honest, I was a little star struck. And more than intimidated. What do you say to one of the most recognizable couples in America? And […]