Chase The Lion!

But one of the elders said to me, “Do not cry! The Lion from the tribe of Judah, David’s descendant, has won the victory…” Revelation 5:5 I have read some great books in the past few years, but I don’t believe any have impacted me as much as Mark Batterson’s, Chase The Lion! I think…

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Daring The Attempt…

Quit holding back. Mark Batterson, The Lion Chaser’s Manifesto, Chase the Lion I’ll confess, I was holding back for a long time. I LIKED safe. When you’ve grown up in a three-ring circus, performing to get even a few crumbs of love or affirmation–SAFE feels good. And then, one day… it doesn’t. Born Encourager That…

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In Trials and Triumph

Run to the roar. Set God-sized goals. Pursue God-given passions. Go after a dream that is destined to fail without divine intervention. Mark Batterson, The Lion Chaser’s Manifesto, Chase the Lion In every dream there are days of trial and days of triumph. (That’s just telling it true.) Giving birth to anything is hard sweaty…

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Here I Am, God…

Quit living as if the purpose of life is to arrive safely at death. Mark Batterson, The Lion Chaser’s Manifesto, Chase The Lion In the next few weeks, this blog will take Mark Batterson’s “Lion Chaser’s Manifesto” piece-by-piece, and point-by-point, with our ultimate objective being to engrave all that is in it, in our mind…

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Normal Is Way Overrated!

Lion chasers don’t run away; lion chasers run to the roar. -Mark Batterson “Normal is overrated.” or so says Mark Batterson. “Now, in my sixties,” I have wholeheartedly decided. “He is right!” “Bah and humbug, to the status quo!” that’s my new motto. I have been playing it safe for much too long, and I…

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God Of Weak Knees

So be made strong even in your weakness by lifting up your tired hands in prayer and worship. And strengthen your weak knees, for as you keep walking forward on God’s paths all your stumbling ways will be divinely healed! Hebrews 12: 12-13 TLB My earliest memories are recollections filled with fear. From as far back as I…

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