This is How You Know You’re A Leader
Allison Fallon
By Allison Fallon

Through a series of accidents, I was in student leadership in high school.

I never felt much like a leader. The kids in leadership were young life kids, the “rah-rah” game-playing kids. They were the dance-attending kids, the popular kids, the outgoing, sports-playing, quick-on-their-feet kids. They were the debate kids, the well-spoken kids, the shop-at-Abercrombie kids. I was nothing like them. I was the book-reading kid. The unsure-of-herself kid. The slow-to-decide-kid. The wallflower.

What To Do With Pain
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

The older I get, the more I appreciate pain. I’m not a masochist by any stretch because I don’t like pain any more than the average person. And yet I’ve come to appreciate it.

In years past, when I’d go through a hard time, I’d run from it. I’d try not to feel it or deal with it. But these days, I’ve learned the only way life can actually get better is if I face reality, face my mistakes and liabilities and somehow correct or at least acknowledge them.

Sunday Morning Sermon — Where Are You Going To Find Happiness?
Darrell Vesterfelt
By Darrell Vesterfelt

It is easy to focus on our current circumstances to the point we lose site of some of the most important things.

After watching this video about an 80-year-old grandmother named Betty, I realized it’s the simple things in life that really matter. Her outlook on life is to be happy despite battling cancer.