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Making the Most of the New Normal: Productivity Tips for People Working from Home
Mar24

Making the Most of the New Normal: Productivity Tips for People Working from Home

And so it begins. If you’re one of the many people used to working in an office environment who now find themselves working from home, you may be finding the adjustment a bit challenging, especially if your job requires face-to-face collaboration like my husband’s does and/or you are an extrovert who thrives on and is motivated by human interaction like he is. I may not be able to ease your separation anxiety or help you with the...

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BLOG: Coronavirus & A ‘P-O-W-E-R’ Play for Christians
Mar23

BLOG: Coronavirus & A ‘P-O-W-E-R’ Play for Christians

George Orwell once said, “We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men.” His words, hardly inspired by Scripture, do nevertheless offer some insight for Christians amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Many people—believers and non-believers alike—are wondering what we ought to be doing. By surveying the best—and worst—of what people of faith are saying, I would like to suggest these...

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DHD: Thoughts during a pandemic
Mar20

DHD: Thoughts during a pandemic

Greetings! You have probably read a lot of information that relates to the current pandemic. I will also be sharing relevant topics, but I hope what I share will provide encouragement and biblically-based edification. Thank you for reading! Time to be neighborly When was the last time you spoke with the neighbors who live near you? Maybe this is routine for you. If so, good for you! If not, there is no better time than what we are...

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Loving small in big times
Mar17

Loving small in big times

You could tell he had been sent on a quest and was about to return home a hero. The trucker cap tipped a bit too high revealed the beaming face of the hunter bringing home the prized game. In his arms, he awkwardly lugged four large packages of Angel Soft toilet paper and was emerging from the Wal Mart aisle against the current of others rushing for whatever scraps were left. Like many others wondering why they were rushing to buy...

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Book Review: Jennie Allen’s ‘Get Out of Your Head – Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts’
Mar16

Book Review: Jennie Allen’s ‘Get Out of Your Head – Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts’

“The greatest spiritual battle of our generation is being fought between our ears,” contends Jennie Allen in her latest, popular book Get Out of Your Head – Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts. Noting “we are what we think,” it’s Allen’s passion to help people capture false, destructive thoughts with the interruption, “we have a choice” and deliberately build healthy thought patterns and sound minds based on the truth of God’s...

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DHD: Response to the pandemic and other topics
Mar13

DHD: Response to the pandemic and other topics

Greetings! I’m in the recovery stage of Type A Flu. Yesterday (Thursday) was the worst day, but I’m feeling much MUCH better today. Tamiflu is my friend! Thanks for reading this week’s DHD! I’ll mention more about having the flu and other experiences of the week, along with a current worldwide pandemic—you might’ve heard about it! ‘Christ must reorient you’ My devotional reading today was extremely applicable for the current situation...

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Like so many other organizations around the state and country, Oklahoma Baptists are closely monitoring news and information about the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).Learn More Here.