Monthly Archives: October 2012

God as a Mentor Part II

Now having God as a mentor makes sense considering He was the one that created us. When they asked Michelangelo how he made his statue of David he is reported to have said, “It is easy. You just chip away the stone that doesn’t look like David.”* Who you are has already been designed by […]

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God as a Mentor Part I

For us old schoolers Ralph Macchio in the original Karate Kid needed to learn how to kick some tail quickly. “Wax on and Wax off” didn’t appear like a training technique that would mold him into the next Bruce Lee. Or how about Jaden Smith in the new Karate Kid – “Jacket on and Jacket […]

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Solomon’s Struggle with Insecurity

When you think of King Solomon, usually you think of a great king that had it all; wisdom, women, riches and the favor of God.  But I believe beneath this seemly successful exterior was a frightened young boy, trying to find his way.  It was this deep seated insecurity that caused him to depart from […]

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Personal Vision Statement

Now that I’ve posted the Family Vision Statement, it is only natural to talk a bit about a Personal Vision Statement.  My personal vision statement is “To Help People”.  The best way I think I can fulfill that statement is through Jesus Christ.  Now the “how-to” through Jesus is expansive. However, one way I’m fulfilling it, is […]

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The Family Vision

Every corporation, athlete and world changer has one: A Vision! Seeing yourself as you would like to become one day begins here, a Vision. I believe that not only should every person should have one but every family. There should be something in writing that helps guide your “tribe”. I’ve put the one Rachel and […]

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Musings of Norbert