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Trust is the Key to Transparency

Trust is the Key to Transparency

How many times have you been asked “How are you today?” on a day when you are simply not doing well? Maybe, you got into a small car accident on your way to…

Don Easton July 29, 2021
360-Degree Care

360-Degree Care

We all recognize the need for medical doctors in our lives. We understand that we don’t know everything about our own bodies. This requires professionals to be…

Don Easton July 22, 2021
Strategizing for Life Post-Covid-19

Strategizing for Life Post-Covid-19

Growing Through the Uncertainty This past year when COVID-19 hit, you likely implemented some strategies to survive the uncertainty of how long it would last, the…

Don Easton July 15, 2021
Self-Value is a Strategy for Work/Life Balance

Self-Value is a Strategy for Work/Life Balance

A Healthy Balance Begins with Valuing Yourself Why is it that work seems to overwhelm other areas of our lives?  Many of us have had a job—or even still do—that…

Don Easton July 8, 2021
The Secret to Work-life Balance - Boundaries and Priorities

The Secret to Work-life Balance - Boundaries and Priorities

There is something we all have in common… we all have to work for a living. Whether we are fortunate enough to have a job we find meaningful and fulfilling, or…

Don Easton July 1, 2021
Risk Management in Christ

Risk Management in Christ

Jesus Sends Out His Disciples (Luke 10:1-4) “The Lord now chose seventy-two other disciples and sent them ahead in pairs to all the towns and places he planned…

Don Easton June 24, 2021
Strength Can Be Found Within a Crisis

Strength Can Be Found Within a Crisis

Embrace Your Risks My job entails a lot of responsibility for others——I am a senior pastor who leads a team. This responsibility can feel like a heavy weight,…

Don Easton June 17, 2021
Staying Calm Amongst the Risks

Staying Calm Amongst the Risks

Keeping Calm to Reduce Risks When we were building our current house, we wanted to be on-site as much as possible, part of the process of construction. The builder…

Don Easton June 10, 2021
Burnout in the Bible

Burnout in the Bible

Bible hero experienced burnout Did you know that even Biblical prophets experienced burnout? The prophet Elijah suffered some very serious burnout after Jezebel…

Don Easton June 3, 2021
The Distraction of Comparison

The Distraction of Comparison

What makes you lose focus? If we know and understand our assignment (read this) then the best thing we can do is to stay focused on completing it. But as humans,…

Don Easton May 27, 2021
Keeping focused on your purpose

Keeping focused on your purpose

Distraction of comparison In the last post, we looked at how to find and understand our purpose, or our life’s assignment. However, even once we understand our…

Don Easton May 20, 2021
Three voices that define purpose

Three voices that define purpose

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Mark Twain One benchmark of a healthy Christian leader…

Don Easton May 13, 2021
The importance of healthy stress

The importance of healthy stress

Stress can propel us to action I have spent a lot of time in this blog, discussing the ways a person can manage stress and avoid burnout, but I want to take some…

Don Easton May 6, 2021
Moving Beyond Rest to Restoration

Moving Beyond Rest to Restoration

When I was going through burnout, I felt so stuck and tired and got to the point where I just couldn’t keep going. I needed rest… lots of it. I took time off…

Don Easton April 29, 2021
Where can I grow my resilience?

Where can I grow my resilience?

How do I handle life’s difficulties? Do I face them head-on or do I tend to procrastinate or simply ignore them? Do challenges make me feel anxious? Depressed?…

Don Easton April 22, 2021
The Key to Amplifying Resilience

The Key to Amplifying Resilience

Everyone faces hardships. No matter who you are, or what kind of life you live, you will face hardships. We all face failure, grief and disappointment over and over.…

Don Easton April 15, 2021