jena
How I Got Asked to Pray After the First Lady
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I came home from work on the evening of August 29th, flipped through the major network channels and was quickly disturbed by the bickering and bantering of the political campaigns, advertisements, and pundits. I felt an ache in my gut, a sadness in my heart for the way our country conducts itself through the election season, from both sides. I turned the tv off, trying to keep cynicism from creeping in.

So when I received a call the following day with…

lucy
Why You Should Have a No Drama Policy
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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, our work or our lives.

My friend is one of the world’s leading…

car
When Life Doesn’t Turn Out the Way You Expect
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A few weeks ago, I caught up with an old friend. For an hour, we talked on the phone about what was happening in our lives. We do this every few months , but it had been awhile and a lot had changed. As we chatted, my friend and I both realized life after college hadn’t turned out the way we expected. And for a moment, this really depressed us — but only for…

don
5 Reasons to Attend the Storyline Conference
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How I Used Twitter to Write a Book
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Steve Moakler
Sunday Morning Music, Steve Moakler
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Math
Should the Artist Embrace Formula?
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The 5 Steps to Writing a Book
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Bread Crumbs
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My Rookie Mistake and How I Handled It
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Welcome to the New Blog
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