Posts Tagged ‘Thirsting for Living Water’

An Unhurried Cup of Coffee By Dr. Bob Snyder

  Will you have an unhurried cup today? I asked a man from Germany what he missed most while living in the United States. He replied, “I miss sitting unhurried at a café and drinking coffee with friends. Now I get my coffee at a convenience store rushing to my next appointment.” He knew that…

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Care for a Fallen World By Jon Lewis

What your response to a world that is fallen? How should we steward a world that is fallen? It’s one thing to preach Creation Care where there is blatant human abuse of the environment, such as water pollution, toxic emissions, or oil spills. But what does it mean to be a steward of our world…

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Thirsting for More By Micheal J. Mantel

Thirsting for Living Water Thirsting for Living Water by Michael J. Mantel, CEO of Living Water International, releases on October 12, 2021. Michael will be joining the Christian Leadership Alliance community at the 2022 Outcomes Conference 2022, April 26-28. The theme of the conference is “I BELONG” and in Michael’s story you will discover the power…

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Live Life Gratefully By Randy Hain

Learn to Live Life Gratefully “When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.” —G.K. Chesterton Early Lessons At a very young age, my parents constantly urged me to always say thank you in response to any kindness or friendly words shared in my…

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Let Wisdom Guide By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

The Wisdom that Will Guide You Wisdom is the the hallmark of a steward’s life. Being a steward leader is not a description of activities, rather it describes one’s character and one’s view of self, others, and God. It is the daily commitment to being molded and shaped, rather than creating new habits or organizational…

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How to Work Well with Working Mothers By Jessica Larson

Discover How to Work Well with Working Mothers As if wage gaps and discrimination aren’t challenge enough, working women and mothers were also hit the hardest by pandemic-related employment struggles. Many working mothers cut back or quit their jobs all together to stay home with their kids while daycares and schools were closed. Now, women…

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