Category Archives: Focus

The Right Stuff

In our last post we looked at how we are apparently able to train military, firefighters, and police officers to face situations heads on where the normal human reaction would be to run.  We even train football teams that way.  … Continue reading

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How does a heart get shaped like that?

Last time I promised that I would suggest a couple of recent examples of the power I see relationships bring to our world.  I warned that these would be examples from outside the Church to illustrate a capacity I believe … Continue reading

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Keep Your Eye on the Ball – Principley Speaking

Today, It’s my turn.  For those of you just tuning in to our new video segment, we are featuring several teachers of 5 Principles demonstrating how they might teach a particular principle.  We’ve heard some great stories so far!  Please … Continue reading

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The Way Forward: An Introduction

Then some of the believers who belonged to the party of the Pharisees stood up and said, “The Gentiles must be circumcised and required to keep the law of Moses.” The apostles and elders met to consider this question. After much discussion… Acts 15:5-7a … Continue reading

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Principley Speaking – The Same Rules as Last Year

Professor Ann is back and teaching on the 5th Principle, the principle of Focus.  Ann reminds us that focus is not a one time goal; it requires constant review and adjustment.  Hope you enjoy today’s video!

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Three Little Questions that Changed My Life

As we prepare for the first training session for our trip to South Africa this summer, I came across this previous post in Churchwhisperer.com.  It is a fantastic little tool anytime you are working with small group discussions or study. … Continue reading

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Principley Speaking – Keep Your Eye on the Ball

Today, It’s my turn.  For those of you just tuning in to our new video segment, we are featuring several teachers of 5 Principles demonstrating how they might teach a particular principle.  We’ve heard some great stories so far!  Please … Continue reading

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Walking Online

Is God online? Some find it so. The baby boomer generation has seen more changes in the way we communicate with one another than perhaps, all the times that preceded us. When I was about 10, my grandmother insisted that … Continue reading

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Through Kingdom-colored Glasses

I was 40 years old the first time I put on a pair of reading glasses.  I had stubbornly defied all the predictions that I would never make it out of law school without needing glasses (presumably due to all … Continue reading

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Feeding the Dog in One Another

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Philippians 4:8 Our Native American brothers have an interesting way of describing … Continue reading

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