Love Dare Day 25: April 13, 2020 What is Day 25 about: A hard feeling to fight every time I think about forgiveness is that I think that the person who has wronged me is getting away with it. Day 25 is all about forgiveness. What do I think about the material: The first four words in this chapter is, “This one is tough.” I am not sure I want to continue reading. But, from the title and my life I know that the topic of forgiveness is not an easy one. It is part of our human nature ...

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Day 10: March 27, 2020 I am super excited about this chapter because it covers a word that is so misunderstood that often times when we pursue this idea that we end up hurting ourselves. Think about what unconditional means to you. I have battle wounds, literal scars, that show I have learned this lesson the hard way. I hope after today you have a new understanding and actions to take toward the pursuit of perfecting your love to your favorite person. What is Day 10 about: Today we are going to talk about how true love is unconditional. ...

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Love Dare Day 9: March 26, 2020 I was thinking about yesterday’s post and task more last night and I am thinking that maybe this is the heart of the problem with Love in our society. Let’s think about it for a second. When was the last time that you did something for someone you love and they did not reciprocate? Did you give a good Christmas present while receiving a less-desired gift? Did you put an event together like a birthday party only to see them less enthused about who showed up? Did you put a well-prepared meal ...

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Introduction to The Love Dare A book called The Love Dare by Stephen and Alex Kendrick graced my hands almost 5 years ago. Knowing my audience, I know most of you have seen or heard of this book, but I am curious to how many of you have read and made it through the whole book. Comment and let me know. When I first heard the premise of the book, I thought, “There is nothing wrong with my marriage. I love Jessica to the ends of the earth and back again. Why should I read this?” Two basic things ...

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For a large part of my life, I lived by the motto that anything worth doing is worth doing well. Even with its origin unknown to me, I found it a good motto to live by. Like many things that I do, I tend to take this a little too literal and it creates stress when I should learn to relax a little, but never-the-less, it is what I do. This is no different in communication. In the spirit of trying my best, when I became a father I didn’t shy away from this idea. Those that know me ...

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