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Roy Wyckoff 20 Oct 17
Teach me grace and love, Lord.
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Neil 26 Sep 18
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Aaron Thomas 18 Oct 17
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doug smith 4 Oct 17
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Duke Kwon 29 Sep 17
Jesus’ vision of VS. the typical American view, from :
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Scott Sauls 23 Jun 18
It's okay to realize you are crazy and very damaged. All the best people are. - Anne Lamott
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Bob Bednar 10 Dec 18
Heavenly Father, Please give me character that exceeds my gifts, and humility that exceeds my influence.
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Nicholas Davis 18 Jan 18
Another good Kindle offer today: 's new book is going for only $2.99. I just bought mine :)
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Jeremy Writebol 27 Dec 17
Our souls are not wired for celebrity or for ego-inflating self-advancement. We are not made to stand on pedestals, Rather, we are made to decrease, to become less, to make space for all the glory and honor and applause to… King Jesus. //
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Chris Agnew 14 Apr 18
Get on this! Such a great read with raw honesty & counter cultural leadership advice in today’s environment of platform-desire!
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Ray Cortese 13 Oct 17
Is anyone speaking into this crazy cultural moment as winsomely as Scott Sauls is! Don't miss his new book...
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Duke Kwon 28 Sep 17
Just got a copy of , ’ latest. Can’t wait. The ToC tells me already: This is gonna hurt something good.
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Jason Tipton Aug 15
We are not meant to be Hercules...
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Rev. Irwyn Ince 5 Dec 17
"Those who resist criticism, especially fair criticism, show themselves to be unhealthy people. Unhealthy people, when criticized, tend to spin, manipulate, and regroup. True leaders, on the other hand, confess and repent."
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David Keefe 2 Nov 17
What has following Jesus cost you? It’s a question worth asking yourself, yes?
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Russ Whitfield 10 Oct 17
Reading this helpful book by my man Lots of insight & grace in these pages. Weak like me? Get your copy!
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Bob Lepine 10 Oct 17
Had never seen this prayer from John Wesley until I read it in , new book on leadership. Powerful.
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Andrew Koetsier 5 May 18
“In America, leaders make a name for themselves to become famous, and sometimes treat Jesus as a means to that end. In Jesus, leaders make his name famous and treat their own positions, abilities, and influence as a means to that end.” -
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Scott Sauls 27 Jun 18
God’s ambition for my life is always superior to any ambitions I might have for my life.
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Scott Sauls 23 Jun 18
We are famous in God’s eyes through Jesus... and that should be enough.
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