I might have mentioned that I am a recovering control freak. Maybe some of you can relate… You know the type: We have to be in control of all things at all times. On the plus side, we go through life learning every single thing we can, so that we are never in a situation we can’t control. At first, we hear the words “control freak,” and we maybe laugh or giggle a little. But in reality, there’s something deeper that causes this, isn’t there? That’s the negative side… The whol
READ: Acts 2:1-21 I want us this morning to begin by recalling a time in our lives when we were placed way outside of our comfort zones. It can be any time in your lives. But try to remember a time in which you were surrounded by new people — people you didn’t know very well, and they seemed very different to you. And you were forced to be among them and interact with them. I imagine there are a few of you who did some time in boot camp in one of our military branches. Rememb
Read: Luke 24:44-53 and John 17:6-19 Do you remember what it felt like to leave home for the first time? For some of us, it was a long, long time ago. For others, maybe not so long ago. For a few, not yet… But there is a mix of emotions, isn’t there? Everything from excitement to what lays ahead in the future to trepidation for that very same reason; and from happiness of being out on your own to hesitation because you’re moving away from your loved ones. I grew up in a small
READ: John 15:9-17 In the business world, the fundamental corporate structures share many things in common, but one, specifically: Success. The bottom line is the bottom line. The degree of success a company has is defined by what it’s out to achieve. It’s not rocket science. If you’re a car dealer, you want to sell as many cars as possible, for the longest time possible. That means not just putting low prices on shiny new cars, but being able to make a decent profit margin t
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