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Featured Interview: John Wierenga II

Spend, save, or invest?  How do you know what to do with the money you’ve accumulated?  Please enjoy my interview with John Wierenga, II at the Kingdom Advisors conference, as he reveals the primary question you should ask to guide this decision.  Then share your comments below!     Reflection: “Give portions to seven, yes […]

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Featured Interview: Doug Lantis

Would you handle your money any differently if you didn’t view it as entirely “yours”? A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of interviewing Doug Lantis at the Kingdom Advisors annual conference in Florida.   Please enjoy as he shares about the best piece of financial wisdom he’s learned, and how it impacts his dealings […]

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Featured Interview: Karen Guess

What does examining your checkbook reveal about the true desires and condition of your heart? A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of interviewing Karen Guess at the Kingdom Advisors annual conference in Florida.   Please enjoy as he shares about the best piece of financial wisdom she’s received, and how it impacts her dealings […]

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Good-bye Clutter Finale: What to DO with the Project Clutter

If you have a creative mind and a wide array of interests, you’ve probably started many projects over the years. So what can you do with the clutter these projects have created? A few weeks ago, I encouraged you to join me in taking an honest inventory of projects that you’ve started but weren’t able […]

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Confessions of a serial project-starter

As I shared a few weeks ago, it’s fun to come up with new ideas, explore uncharted territory, and make improvements to my environment. But continuously starting projects without finishing them doesn’t ultimately add to my life. It just creates another source of clutter. As I began to take inventory, the list of open projects […]

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Lemonade!

You’ve probably heard the saying about what to do when life gives you lemons: make lemonade! Right after my last blog post, we discovered that none of the school options we were pursuing for our youngest child were going to work. My “lemon” was suddenly discovering that I had four weeks to clear my schedule […]

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Cleaning House: Project Clutter

How many incomplete projects have accumulated in your home, office, and life? If you’re a creative- (and analytical) type like me, you probably have more projects than you can remember. Of course it’s fun to come up with new ideas, explore uncharted territory, and make improvements to your environment. But if you start projects without […]

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Good-bye, Paper Clutter!

This week, I rolled up my sleeves, gathered the recycle bins, and started weeding through papers. At first, I was almost paralyzed with a sense of dread. I knew that a lot of what I would find would remind me of painful times. I also knew that I’d find things that I still felt attached […]

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Out with the Old…

“I’m standing in the woods, surrounded by weeds that are so thick, I can’t see beyond what’s right in front of me,” I recently told a friend. “When I look up, I see a beam of beautiful light, and sense that God is drawing me toward it.  But first, I must remove the weeds so […]

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