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60 Years or 60 Minutes

Resolved 18: 60 Years or 60 Minutes

Resolved, to look to my own death; not out of fear, but with gratitude for tomorrow and a sense of urgency for today.

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Pure Heart

Where Does a Pure Heart Come From?

A pure heart comes from saving faith in Jesus Christ. Out of that pure heart comes a desire for holiness, a passion for service, and an overflow of joy. For the believer, this is our great joy and cause for celebration.

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Ocean of Glory

Drowning in An Ocean of Glory

As I stood by the ocean this past weekend, I couldn’t stop thinking about just how incredibly vast it is. There are 332 million cubic miles of water on the Earth….

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Open Door Opportunity

Just Show Up

I’m immeasurably thankful for good friends, crazy ideas, sanctified stubbornness, and God’s grace today.

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How You Can Love 250 People Today

Here’s our chance to significantly impact the lives of 250 people today.

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How Giving Will Get You Everything You Want

“You can have everything you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” -Zig Ziglar

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If You

If You're Willing, You're Able

If you’re not, then you aren’t. So many of us are faced with incredible opportunities, but as soon as we face something that stretches us, we throw our hands up.

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5 Steps to a Successful Outcome

5 Little Steps to Success

I promise, it is this simple. Don’t make it more complicated than it has to be.

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How to Set People on Fire

Setting People on Fire (Not Literally)

Passion is the fire that burns deep within and you are the vessel; created to carry it out before the world. When you are truly passionate about what you’re doing, that fire cannot be contained.

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Kenny Silva


So how do we prevent the world from robbing our focus? This is an important question that we seldom ask until it’s too late; when we find ourselves side-tracked by a load of inane ‘stuff.’

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