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And the winner is … Lacey!

I let Random Number Generator do the choosing and Lacey is the winner of our family’s giveaway! Lacey? Please contact me by midnight, November 2, 2013, with your choice of two books and your contact information. If I don’t hear from you by then, I’ll choose a different winner. Many thanks to everyone for helping to promote the sale! Your help …

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Tell People About This Sale and You Could Win TWO Books by (Your Choice!) Ed Welch, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Ken Sande, and more great authors!

To try to drum up a little social media e-communications about our family’s extreme, EXTREME sale on Peacemaker video series, you are hereby cordially invited to PLEASE TELL PEOPLE ABOUT THIS SALE. 🙂 Please point them to my bookstore on FaceBook, Twitter, your blog, or any other social media site and leave a comment letting me know how many times you promoted it. For every …

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Distinguishing Marks of a Quarrelsome Person (by Kevin DeYoung)

I was searching for an old blog entry to respond to a conflict coaching request and I came across this old Kevin DeYoung article: Distinguishing Marks of a Quarrelsome Person It is so convicting! But so helpful too. Let me tempt you to click through to read the entire article but summarizing just a few points. You are a quarrelsome person if: …

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BEST PRICE EVER on ALL of the Peacemaker Video Series: The New “Resolving Everyday Conflict” Series / Ken Sande’s (Excellent!) Small Group Study / The Leadership Opportunity (and more!)

As you may recall from an earlier post, the leaders at Peacemaker Ministries are graciously and generously trying to help our family with some extreme medical costs we are facing (over $10,000 in cashflow needs!) by allowing us to earn revenue from an extreme, EXTREME sale on all of their video series.  I cannot commend these resources to you more highly. …

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My Keynote: How Did I Forgive and Love My Mother?

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Five Hours, $250, Time to Pack & A Chicken Pot Pie

I had just over 48 hours home in between the Peacemaker Conference and my service in Canada—you know, plenty of time to unpack, do laundry, repack, prep my content and resource table—and yes, feed and clothe my family, homeschool my children, etc. etc. (Hah. We’re barely in clean undies around here these days. But this is our ONLY turnaround like …

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