What turning the other cheek really means.

What turning the other cheek really means.

As a child, I was taught that when someone affronts you, you should turn your other cheek to them. The implication was that you should not react, not respond, be faithful and forgiving and let them strike your other cheek. As I’ve walked the journey of my life...read more
Putting the Past in its Place

Putting the Past in its Place

In my most recent podcast, I shared my process for sifting through 2016 and identifying the people, events, actions, and thoughts that brought good to you and those that didn’t help you (two bits of equally valuable information). For me, this year has been, bar none,...read more

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