The Top 20 Most Challenging Cafe Posts In 140 Characters Or Less

More Than 300 LifeWriters
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That Had The Most Challenging Ideas
Over The Last Few Weeks

 

 


“If little things set you off, you have deeper issues.”

Anniversary Thoughts by David Barringer
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“I miss all sorts of sacred and significant moments
when I live with the frantic insistence that I can do it all.”

Trying To Do It All by Alicia Bruxvoort
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“I’m still learning that I am not I am, and I have to expect the unexpected.”
Are You Kidding Me? by Kurt Bubna
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“Too many leaders are leading with a short-term, self-focused perspective.”
Leading With Love On The Line by Jenni Catron
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“God loves to turn our impossibilities into His possibilities!.”
Your Impossible Is God’s Possible by Ed Choy
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“The arrogant leader is someone with an unhealthy sense of self-importance.”
When Leadership Confidence Becomes Arrogance by Scott Cochrane
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“Keep fighting and know that Jesus isn’t letting go of you.”
When The Struggle Is Real by Eliza Downer
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“Can you feel the tug on your accelerator, drawing you to slow down?”
It’s Porch Time by Jeanne Doyon
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“I still have much to learn about listening.”
The Discipline We Forget by Pam Ecrement
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“Where once I had chosen names for our future children,
I now had no idea what my life would look like..”

Antidote for A Troubled Heart by Kathy Erickson
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“Offend people with your kindness to those who least expect it.”
Offend Like Jesus by Kristen Kansiewicz
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“God had entrusted each of us with the ministry of reconciliation.”
What Are You Doing? by Moray McGuffie
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“It’s always sunset to sunrise with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ .. darkness to dawn.”
Sunset To Sunrise by Beth Miller
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“Emotionally mature Christians accept others without trying to fix or change them.”
Emotionally Mature Christians by Frank Powell
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“We should not let the presence of fear convince us we are outside of God’s will.”
Allowing Fear To Stop You by Lynne Raatz
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“God’s character is not sullied because bad things happen.”
Why Do Bad Things Happen? by Stephanie Shott
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“I will tenaciously chase after all that you have for me and not give in, go back or quit.”
‘Doggie On A Bone’ Tenacity by Sherry Stahl
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“Like a perpetual primer for God’s possibilities, hope gives us holy momentum.”
A Little Hope by Joy A. Williams
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“Choosing not to worry, be anxious, in a rage,
or offended are all forms of fixing our eyes on Jesus.”

Fix Our Eyes On Jesus by Kristi Woods
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“Our goal is Christ, therefore our view needs to be Christ”
Look Where You Want To Go by Helene Clarke
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About the author : David "JB" Miller

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David "JB" Miller is founder and author at LifeLetter Ministries. He and his wife Cheri make their home in beautiful Paradise Valley, Arizona and have six children and six grandchildren they absolutely adore.

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