Posts Tagged "authenticity"

What is the Teachable Spirit?

»Posted by on Jun 9, 2014 in teachable spirit | 2 comments

What is the Teachable Spirit?

Three commonly asked questions of the teachable spirit: 1. How did I get started interpreting and translating the Word of God the way I do? 2. Why is it that I am clarifying and interpreting the Word of God to those who are eager to find success completing the mission God put them on this earth to fulfill? 3. How can people live in their truth using the Word of God in their personal life and in their work? What is the Teachable Spirit? Personal Background:  Growing up in the church, the emphasis was always placed on scripture, the validity of it, and how it was the supreme authority. However, it seemed to me like there was a disconnect because I did not see people around me living their life as if they believed that. Typically, the message was shame and...

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Authenticity: Understanding the Experiences of Life

»Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in understanding the experiences of life | 0 comments

Authenticity: Understanding the Experiences of Life

What is authenticity? Why is it important? How do you achieve authenticity? Finding something completely genuine in life means keeping that item as a treasure for future posterity or for your own pleasure. In understanding the experiences of life, I have been given the rare opportunity of driving a 1984 El Camino, which was purchased by my grandfather in December of 1983. Cleaning out the glove box one day, I found the original receipt for $11,000. As a wheat farmer in Eastern Washington, my grandfather had obtained prosperity by hard work and clinging to a few principles, which he shared with my grandmother. Every ten years he would purchase a brand new El Camino with cash. Learning that the El Camino would be discontinued, and not knowing when that would be, he...

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