Tag Archives: consciousness

It’s a Cold Day in Hell

  As we emerge from the Blizzard of 2016, we thought it might be appropriate to write a blog about a cold day in Hell! When you hear someone say, “It will be a cold day in Hell” before something happens, … Continue reading

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Spiritual Emergence or Religious Emergency

We hear a lot of people using the phrase “more spiritual than religious” these days, causing us to ponder what they really mean when they label themselves this way. It has been our experience that there really is a soul … Continue reading

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The Field, the First Fast Food Service, and Your Spiritual Growth

When we build cities, we pour concrete and steel over natural landscapes. We level hills and superimpose a grid of streets, avenues, housing developments, interstate highways, shopping centers, businesses – and churches upon the land. But we manage to leave an … Continue reading

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Spiritual Practice: Avoid Suicide Wraps

Suicide Wraps? Wow, that sounds kind of scary, doesn’t it? In the rodeo industry, a suicide wrap is a particular rope wrap bull riders use when wrapping the bull rope around their hand. The wrap allows the cowboy enough leverage … Continue reading

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From Insecurity to In Security: The #1 Tip to Never Be Insecure Again

From a personal safety and sense of well-being standpoint, the word security is usually defined as: freedom from risk or danger; the assurance of protection and safety; freedom from doubt, anxiety, or fear. So, insecurity could be defined as not … Continue reading

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How to Spiritually Roto-Rooter Your Consciousness

Have you ever entered a room and then forgot what you were going into the room for? That means that by the time you’re staring blankly at the kitchen counter, or the bathroom mirror, or the car in the garage … Continue reading

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