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Dear Resilient Traveler, If you are like me, you are still “getting your act together” for 2020. Despite the best of intentions, I still need to think and pray through the coming year. This includes establishing New Year Resolutions -- commitments …
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Happy New Year.Isn’t it nice to be able to RESTART your phone or computer periodically? This “cleanse” purges unneeded backup files, self corrects anything slowing down the operating system, and basically heals most problems your device may have. You and …
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Fellow Resilient Warrior.This is our last edition before we celebrate Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020. This edition’s feature article, entitled “Resilient JOY,” will address the dilemmas we all face at Christmas. Perhaps it is a blessed time of family …
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Dear Fellow Resilience Warrior. In case you are looking around for a “Warrior,” that is YOU! We are all warriors -- whether wearing the cloth of our nation in harm’s way, or perhaps a mom with three in diapers, or possibly …
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Prayerfully you had a great Thanksgiving as you practiced being “Grateful for Grace” (referring to last week’s edition). Now we enter the period called “Advent,” a time of waiting for the celebration of Christ’s birth and the anticipation of Christ’s …
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Welcome to Thanksgiving!  As always, this will be a week of mixed emotions for many -- perhaps a sarcastic “What do I have to be thankful for?” Or a bittersweet time to remember fond times with family and friends who …
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Fellow Resilient Warrior Randy, I hope your week is going well! No doubt we all are experiencing the normal ups and downs of life. Prayerfully, each of us is able to place whatever joy or trial we may be facing into the …
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Fellow Resilient Warrior,Greetings in advance of Veterans Day next Monday!This edition will appropriately focus on honoring our Veterans. While we all need Resilience God Style, we recognize that our Veterans often represent the “exoderm” of our Nation, suffering wounds, trauma, …
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Fellow Resilient Warrior, Greetings in the Ultimate Resilient Warrior, Jesus! We have discussed the reality of disappointment, heartache, and trauma in each of our lives. Jesus likewise went through this -- Hebrews 12:1-3 summarizes it well: Therefore, since we have so great …
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Fellow Resilient Warrior,Avoiding bitterness is key to a healthy and joyful life. Bitterness is the poison we drink to kill someone else -- how crazy is that! In our culture of microaggressions, safe spaces, and trigger warnings; bitterness has grown …
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Fellow Resilient Warrior Friend,As the weeks fly past, it is important to be intentional about certain things, lest we be held captive by the “tyranny of the urgent” for our entire lives. While all of us want to “finish strong,” we …
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Issue #3     October 03, 2019  Fellow Resilient Warrior, I pray you have had a good week, navigating the small and big trials of life with grace, wisdom, and resilience. I again thank you for your stories and comments regarding our last …
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Issue #2     September 26, 2019 Hi Friend, Some of you may be just joining the Resilience God Style community while this may be other’s first dive into the pool… or better yet, your first opportunity to learn about how to be …
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Hi Friend, Welcome to the first Resilience God Style Newsletter! Resilience is a critical life skill, allowing each of us to grow better, stronger, wiser through the inevitable adversities of life. Our objective is to help one become more resilient — preparing for …

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