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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “Joy and Enthusiasm”

    Posted on May 21, 2018

    When is the last time you thought about approaching your day with joy and enthusiasm? We are prone to express joy and enthusiasm when things go according to plan, when we accomplish our goals, or feel good.

    God expects us to approach life and serve Him with joy and enthusiasm.

    Psalms 100:2 (English Standard Version) […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “Outdoing One Another”

    Posted on May 14, 2018

    Sometimes the dog eat dog world of life brings us to the point of exhaustion and we just want to sit back and be served. And some people approach serving the Lord Jesus Christ in that manner. People shop for a church as they would shop for a car, looking for the best deal. And […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “What is your excuse?”

    Posted on May 7, 2018

    John Calvin noted our minds are idol factories as we tend to allow ourselves to be controlled by just about anything and everything that comes along. In addition, our minds are also factories of excuses.

    Have you ever noticed how easily excuses flow into your mind? Athletes have this problem before a race or before […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “Need some help?”

    Posted on April 30, 2018

    Help is what we all need. We need help in a variety of areas and a variety of ways, but one thing for sure is that we need help. Admitting your need of help is an important part of receiving help. When one feels no need of help it forces that person to try to […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “What is your heart’s desire?”

    Posted on April 23, 2018

    If God has made the promise …

    Psalm 37:4 (ESV) — 4 Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.

    What is your heart’s desire?

    Now some would make us think God is giving us carte blanche to come up with anything in the world and just name […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “From Prehab To Rehab”

    Posted on April 18, 2018

    As you read this, I’m home after surgery this past Monday and on my way to a time of rehab for a total knee replacement. As I approached this surgery, I wanted to prepare as best I could, so I went into prehab mode of thinking – an idea I heard about from a major […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “Sellout or Minimalist?”

    Posted on April 9, 2018

    There’s a phenomenon that is overtaking endurance training known as “minimalist training.” The advocates of minimalist training are quick to point out the typical endurance athlete over trains by thinking, “if some is good a lot is better.” As a result, many, if not most, endurance athletes go to competitions in a state of being […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “Great Expectation”

    Posted on April 2, 2018

    What does God expect from us? Well that depends on what He has given us or done for us. Creation speaks of God’s eternal power and divine nature that everyone who denies God His proper honor in submission is without excuse and shall be judged accordingly.

    Romans 1:18–23 (ESV) — 18 For the wrath of […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “Buttermilk In The Frig”

    Posted on March 26, 2018

    It’s quite common to show up for a group ride or workout and see someone who has not been present for a while and when you inquire about their absence they reply, “life gets in the way.” Interpreted: “When it comes to the priorities of life, my wife, my children, or my job have a […]

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    The Weekly PowerBreak – “What are you thinking?”

    Posted on March 19, 2018

    One of the marks of the Bible being the inspired word of God is the fact that if man could have written the Bible, he wouldn’t have written it. Of course, if man would have written the Bible, there are enough facts, prophesies, etc. that there is no way man could have written the Bible. […]

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