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Hardship – way you move through matters greatly

By Dave Henning / November 28, 2020

“The way in which you move through hardship matters greatly.  It can predict whether something becomes integrated in your experience and loses its intensity or builds in power to the point that you feel it might overwhelm you.”- Aundi Kolber “Listen, are you breathing just a little, and calling it a life?”- Mary Oliver In […]


Make fail your word of the year

By Dave Henning / July 11, 2020

“I encourage you to make fail your word of the year, every year.  When you cannot only accept but seek rejection, you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment even if the opportunities you hoped for don’t work out.  But . . . what’s most likely to happen is that you’ll stumble into more success than if […]


Taking on difficulty as our identity

By Dave Henning / January 17, 2019

“It’s easy and quite normal to take on our difficulty as our identity. . . .  whether it’s the loss of a loved one, the betrayal of a friend, or financial ruin, no hardship in this fallen world has the power to define you or determine your potential.”- Paul David Tripp Paul David Tripp concludes […]


Ministry – every believer’s lifestyle calling

By Dave Henning / January 11, 2019

“Ministry is not so much a career or a kind of episodic volunteerism; for every believer, it’s a lifestyle we’ve been called to.  The problem is that we don’t naturally have the desire to make personal sacrifices for the sake of ministry to others and need training.”- Paul David Tripp As Paul David Tripp concludes […]

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