Tag Archives: friends

50 People Who Constantly RT And Forward Material

June was the best month for traffic in this site’s history.  For anything significant to be accomplished, it takes a team of people.  Social media is no exception.  The following 50 people were extremely proactive in RT’ing and telling others about this site. I want to spotlight them for several reasons: To Say “Thank You!” – We all hope to have our posts read […]

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You Matter And Your Life Counts

I’ve talked to many people recently who think they are “nothing special” and “their life doesn’t matter much”.  If you are feeling this way I want to be completely honest with you – I could not disagree more! If you would give me permission, I would like to speak into your life. Every human being ever […]

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10 Ways To Know Someone Is Leaving Your Church

  If you haven’t seen the North Point Community Church iPad Band, then check out this incredible video.  Why is this important, read below.  Does it bother you when someone leaves your church?  The reality is that every church has a “back door” that people slip out of.  The key leadership question that must be asked […]

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12 Lessons We Learn From People Who Don’t Go To Church

When is the last time you truly listened to a visitor of your church?  I think we can learn much from them.  Yesterday, I posted a blog that was an interview of my two unchurched nieces after they attended a recent service.  You can read that post here. Here are the key applications that church leaders can take from […]

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Are You Lonely This Christmas?

Are you lonely this Christmas?  Some questions need no explanation do they.  Are you lonely this Christmas? If you are, you’re not alone.  The Boston Globe reported that a 1990 Gallup study indicated 36% of Americans are lonely.  Kerby Anderson, President of Probe Ministries International, states “the baby boom generation is headed for a crisis of […]

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The Addiction Of Generosity

Generous people have to be greedy.  This thinking is counterintuitive but generosity is addictive.  When you experience a generous lifestyle, you must have more off it. I am not nearly where I wish to be in this area but I have tried to become more generous during the last decade.  I have now reached the point where I desire generosity in my […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts Of November 2010

November was an amazing month for this site.  Overall readership grew by 55% and for the first time we had over 12,000 readers in a month.  This was partly possible because on Monday, November 22nd we were honored to have our article on dysfunctional families featured on the WordPress Freshly Pressed home page. Also, StudentLifeGuru.com rated this […]

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