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Dropped the baton

By Dave Henning / November 12, 2022

“So if you’ve dropped the baton of living out your faith and transferring it to those in your sphere of influence, there’s still hope.  Rather than seeing you walk off the track of your life in defeat, God wants to restore you from the failures of yesterday to the victory of tomorrow.  You can still […]


Triggered feelings cloud our vision

By Dave Henning / February 27, 2021

“Progress is hard to see when triggered feelings make our vision clouded with intense emotions.  And progress with forgiveness can be hard to make when the anger and frustration and confusion from being hurt don’t immediately go away when you verbalize a statement of forgiveness.  But please know, not only is this normal, it’s part […]


A subtle enemy: mind-numbing routine

By Dave Henning / December 13, 2019

“Routine is a subtle enemy.  We fall into a mental rut. . . .  And in that mind-numbing routine, we miss God’s call.  In those times, He often jolts us out of our mental fog and arrests our attention.  Only then do we wake up and listen.”- Charles Swindoll “When the LORD saw Moses coming […]


The Tabitha factor = your greatest impact

By Dave Henning / December 7, 2019

“Though possibly set in motion by a jarring event, your greatest impact will still need to rest upon steady, disciplined servanthood.  It’s what I call the Tabitha factor.”- Jeff Manion “In Joppa there was a disciple named Tabitha (in Greek her name is Dorcas); she was always doing good and helping the poor.  About that […]


After a lifetime of striving, God’s enough

By Dave Henning / April 30, 2019

“The impact God has planned for us doesn’t occur when we’re pursuing impact.  It occurs when we’re pursuing God.  At long last, after a lifetime of striving, God was enough.  Not God and impact or God and ministry.  Just God.”- Phil Vischer, creator of VeggieTales Mark Batterson concludes Chapter 9 of Primal as he observes […]

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