Monthly Archives: December 2016

People, I have lived 35 years on this earth. I have a husband, two children, and up until last week, thought I was a grown-up. That is until I took Michael Hyatt’s free webinar on goal-setting: “7 Steps for Taking Control of 2017,” and realized I was missing a key ingredient in adulting—focus. You might......
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Don’t worry I haven’t gone crazy and forgotten what holiday is coming up. We’re just a little behind on our holiday movie viewing over here at the Barthalow house. We were catching up last weekend by watching “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” because everyone knows you must watch the entire Charlie Brown holiday suite......
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If you grew up in church like I did you’ve probably heard these words, likely uttered at the worst possible moment in your life or the life of someone you love. In the throes of a tragedy, a sweet, well-meaning soul reaches over, reassuringly pats your back, and says, “God never gives us more than......
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