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Worst critic – being hard on ourselves

By Dave Henning / December 10, 2020

“The reality is, many of us were raised to believe that we should be our worst critic and that being hard on ourselves was the best — maybe the only — catalyst for change. . . .  this condemning spirit contradicts the approach of our gracious, compassionate, and loving God.”- Aundi Kolber Aundi Kolber concludes […]


The catalyst that leads to our own freedom

By Dave Henning / August 24, 2017

“This is an important truth: Sometimes God wants to see if we will serve others amid our own pain; this becomes a source of healing for others and a catalyst that leads to our own freedom.”- Os Hillman “I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in […]


Catalyst for a miracle

By Dave Henning / June 14, 2015

“The right word at the right time can be the catalyst for someone else’s miracle.”- Mark Batterson As Mark Batterson continues Chapter 4 of The Grave Robber, he reflects on another defining moment in the life of Jesus- His visit to the temple when He was twelve years old.  Luke 2:47 (ESV) states: “And all […]


Intellectual idolatry

By Dave Henning / June 10, 2015

In Chapter 3 (“The Lost Miracles”) of The Grave Robber, Mark Batterson notes that Thomas Jefferson invented his own abridged version of Scripture- The Jefferson Bible.  Jefferson’s version reflected his life biases as a child of the Enlightenment.  Because logic and reason were the ideals of the Enlightened mind, miracles had no place in Jefferson’s […]

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