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The 12:12 Project

Gratitude in All Circumstances

Posted by Meredith Cantrell on

When we sit down at the table for a meal, I usually ask my children what they want to be thankful for that day. Inevitably, their answers are...interesting. “I’m thankful for peanut butter!” pipes my 4-year-old. “Doll!” says my 2-year old. I smile, because for...

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Trained Up

Posted by Katheryn Pecht on

​I recently achieved a very big milestone in any teenager’s life: I turned 18. This landmark can mean many things to different people — getting a job, moving out of the house, even buying their first lottery ticket. For me, however, my eighteenth birthday meant something else...

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Why Gratitude is a Spiritual Discipline

Posted by Eric Demeter on

It’s almost unbelievable that Jesus heals 10 lepers in Luke 17 simultaneously. Without fanfare, He simply commands the motley crew, “Go, show yourselves to the priest.” They exit stage-left and their skin is restored.​Jesus certainly missed an opportunity there to make...

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Ripple Effect

Posted by Kathy Hardeman on

Generosity Readiness or liberality in giving Freedom from meanness or smallness of mind or character A generous act Largeness or fullness; amplitude My first significant memory of generosity occurred when I was living on my own for the first time with my first child. I brought home...

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The Gateway of Gratitude

Posted by Mark Kimbrough on

The other night I was watching Jimmy Fallon, and part of an interview jumped out to me. Jimmy had Terry Crews on his show. For those of you that don’t know, Terry is an actor who first became famous because of some strangely funny Old Spice commercials and has since become a well known...

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