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Generosity Means You Believe in the Cause

Author Judy Foley talks about why giving back is important to her and what she has learned is vitally important when choosing how and where to give your support.

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What Does Genuine Generosity Look Like?

Christmas is a truly magical time of year when spirits are high and gift giving is on everyone's agenda. But is this generosity genuine? Does it bring joy?

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Not ‘Mine’ But ‘His’

Join us as we conclude our discussion on the scarcity mindset and why it is vital for us to be grateful not just for our sake, but for those around us, too.

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Focus on Your Blessings, Not Your Troubles

Do you worry about everything missing in your life? Diane Paddison shares why we must shift our minds to dwell on blessings instead of troubles.

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What a Scarcity Mindset Reveals About You

Kim King, author, advisor, and board member, shares her thoughts on the origin of the scarcity mindset, what it reveals, and how to shift out of it.

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Is Abundance a Bad Thing?

Is "abundance" a negative or positive thing? Do you ever feel like you have too much or are you always striving for more? Let's talk about scarcity mindset.

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How to Help Anyone Who’s Grieving

4word: San Antonio leader Christi Griggs shares a "to do's" list of things you can do to really be a help to someone who is grieving.

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It’s OK To Grieve

4word founder Diane Paddison shares about specific chapters of grief in her life, and what they have allowed her to accomplish for God's glory.

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The Many Forms of Loss

Author and coach S. Renee Smith-Larry discusses the various forms of loss you may encouter and how each has a different grief (and recovery) to go with it.

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When You’re One of the ‘Brokenhearted’

Grief and suffering are unavoidable facts of human life, but that doesn't mean we should let ourselves be blindsided by it. Let's learn what to do!

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The Universal Importance of Community

We wrap up this month's discussion on influencing your community with a reminder that community is a universal concept and its importance is just as broad.

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Tips for Being “God’s Light” In Your Community

Not sure where to start when it comes to being a positive influence on your community? We share some tips for influencing your work, home, and church!

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Give What God Has Given You to Share — A letter from Diane Paddison

This week is 4word's annual Giving Week and our founder, Diane Paddison, shares a personal letter with you about what kind of impact your support has.

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Must-Haves For Your Community

There's a community, and then there's a GREAT community. Joi Freeman shares some must-have traits your community (and you!) should have to be impactful.

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How Important is Community?

Are you part of a community? Many of us have our "people" but have you ever stopped to consider the importance of those you spend time with?

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Why Today’s Cultural Issues Won’t Die

As August comes to a close, so does our conversation around the "tough topics" hanging over our society today. See why these issues persist and what to do.

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Survivor of Sexual Discrimination, Harassment & Retaliation

Judy Foley, Founder and CEO of The Culture of Trust, shares her personal story of surviving sexual discrimination and harassment and how she's evolved.

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The Richness of Differences

Dr. Michelle Deering, clinical psychologist and Mother-Daughter Relationship Consultant, encourages us to see the richness in differences among each other.

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Today’s Dividing Walls of Hostility

Ageism. Racism. Sexism. These issues and many others have gone from hypothetical terms to everyday life for many of us, women and men. What can be done?

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How Christians Should View Self-Care

Is self-care Biblical? Are we right to feel guilty about taking time for ourselves? We wrap up July's self-care talk with how Christians should view it.

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