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Have You Burned Your Ships?

We heard an interesting story recently. When the Spanish explorer Cortes lead his expedition into Mexico to conquer the Aztec nation, he was concerned about the fear and reticence of his soldiers to fight the numerous and fierce Aztecs. So he did something very smart and very decisive. He gathered his men on the shore […]

Win With What You’ve Got

Authors: Patrick and Dwaina Six Have you ever found yourself caught up in the “If only” syndrome? If only we had more money.  If only we had a bigger house.  If only we had children.  If only our children were grown.  If only our grown children would act like grown-ups!  If only we had more […]

Love is a Decision

To love is a COMMAND.  During our engagement, we heard a speaker say that love is “a maximum of evaluation and a minimum of emotion.”  We, like any other engaged couple, didn’t believe that for a minute.  We had a maximum of emotion and a minimum of evaluation.  But after we were married for awhile, […]