Tuesday, October 23 2018

Living the Dream The Joy of the On-Purpose Life More

I met Beth Guckenberger at a recent Barnabas Group event. She shared a story unlike anything I have heard before. She described a modern-day miracle she witnessed in one of the orphanages she oversees in Mexico. After she spoke, I pulled out my GoPro so I could share it with my friends.

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Dads have superpowers, but we don’t always recognize what they are, or how powerful they can be. As a result, we miss some of the greatest opportunities to make the greatest impact as dads. This is not about “fixing”…

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This is a story about some heroes of mine. Oddly enough, one of them has worked for me for five years. And in the course of that time, my life has been forever changed by their example. They are quiet doers…

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When asked why he climbed Everest, George Mallory famously replied, “Because it was there.” The quote made headlines worldwide and became a trademark statement among mountaineers for generations…

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For many Christians, wealth is accompanied by a certain measure of guilt, compelling them to hide their prosperity for fear of being judged. In this webisode of Drive By Conversations, Steve Perry shares his own journey…

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My Fitness Journey Some Lessons I've Learned in the Pursuit of Getting Younger

I’m 50 years old this year. After a year of CrossFit, I feel like I have dialed back my biological age by five years. No exaggeration. I feel that much younger. If you are moving toward or passing middle age, I believe CrossFit can…

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We are all going to die, but we can dramatically change the way we age. Aging as we know it happens to people who are generally representative of our society—most of whom eat like eight-year-olds. If you want to see what aging well looks like, go…

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In the study, “Is Poor Fitness Contagious? Evidence from Randomly Assigned Friends,” researchers found that up to 70 percent of your fitness level can be explained by the people who are your friends. Sadly, the evidence suggests…

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