Anne Gould

Oct. 15, 2020

Healthy Competition

Healthy Competition

Humans are competitive. We all know this, and probably feel it within our own nature to some degree. We strive higher, perform better, and want more because of a tendency we have to measure up to one another. Most of us are raised to believe this is a quality -- a ...

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Sept. 15, 2020

Grace in Motion

We all have had crossroad moments when we’re faced with decisions that hold significant implications for our lives and the lives of those we love. Should I take this job or wait for something different? Where should I send my kids to school? Is now the time to buy a ...

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Aug. 13, 2020

Valuing the Everyday Kind of Quiet Time

You’ve no doubt seen it take over your social media. Soft filters on a still scene lit by warm, early-morning light: Bible open, devotional beside it, a journal and pen. Always a fresh, hot coffee. What a beautiful sight. Truth be told, these images portray the sort of set-up I ...

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July 15, 2020

The Power of Words

The Power of Words

Lately, we have all been barraged by words. Media is no longer relegated to a few articles in a newspaper, casually glanced over during breakfast. It’s no longer objective and informative; no longer coming from a few reliable sources. It’s now as accessible and constant as the air we breathe ...

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June 15, 2020

Finding Freedom in Conflict

Finding Freedom in Conflict

Years ago, I was visiting a tiny Alaskan junction town. There was little there besides a locally-owned fill station. Out in front, there were the skulls of two caribou, whose antlers had been interlocked in a battle, never managing to be separated again. They had likely engaged in an instinctual ...

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