Posts Tagged ‘reflective’

Making Space for the Unknown

[This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. If you missed Part 1 – “What You Don’t Know You Don’t Know” – find it here.] Have you ever had a brilliant idea in the shower? Or while sitting on the toilet? For me, my moment of insight comes every Wednesday evening when I go…

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Celebrating Growth (Fall 2017)

    This past Sunday evening, celebration was in the air!  Over the past 6 months, seventeen participants met biweekly at Big Blue and journeyed through Body Oak Cliff’s Formation and Leadership processes.  The groups were co-led by Deborah Cunningham, Rachel Kramer, Joel Pulis, and Christy Tyree, and represented our largest cohort over the past…

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Cleaning Up Messes | A Tool of Transformation

  [This past Sunday, I had the privilege to preach at New Vida Church of God in southwest Oak Cliff.  This post is based on that sermon.  Click here for a Cleaning Up Messes worksheet.] I make lots of messes.  Or at least that’s what I heard when Deborah recently told me that I “clean…

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What You Don’t Know You Don’t Know

Quick: think of 3 things that you know. Here’s mine, off the top of my head: I know that my name is Deborah. I know that 2+2=4. I know how to drive a car. Now think of 3 things that you don’t know. Again, off the top of my head: I don’t know how to…

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Hear the Message of the Birds

In the trees nearby, the birds make their nests and sing. – Psalm 104:12 (GNT) This past Sunday, I started the day with a cup of coffee and a porch sit. Of the many things for which I am grateful in the new house on Burlington, one is that it has a great front yard…

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