A non-anxious presence

Jewish Rabbi and family therapist Edwin Friedman coined the term “non-anxious presence” to describe a person who carries and imparts a calm, peaceful, and empowering presence to others. These “non-anxious” people are able to bring a sense of peace and security amid moments of fear, panic, or controversy, and our world today, with its ever-increasing […]

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Veteran’s Day love and appeal

Happy Veteran’s Day, everyone! Like you, I am thankfully and prayerfully remembering our military veterans and our active duty service men and women today. My dad was a veteran from the Vietnam war and he instilled in my family and me a deep respect and appreciation for the military community that gallantly serves and protects […]

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The Happy Warrior

Are you a Happy Warrior? After all that you have experienced in your personal and professional life, and amid the fears and uncertainties of our present world, is there still music in your heart and fire in your bones as you engage in your calling and vocation? In John 14, Jesus modeled the heart and […]

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