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“As we get closer to Christmas, there’s something that could rob you of the blessings of the season.” Intentional Mental Health Expert Dr. Gregg Jantz shares that if people or events or gifts don’t live up to your holiday expectations, spend everyday thinking about Jesus Christ.

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“What do you really claim to be thankful for?” Intentional Financial Coach Parkey Thompson reminds us even after Thanksgiving, the busyness of the season continues, and we should just stop and be thankful.

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Intentional Counselor Coach Dr. Randy Carlson asks, “Especially in light of the recent elections, how important is grace in your relationships with your family, friends, and community?”

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“Living intentionally can change your life!” – Dr. Randy Carlson

Intentional Living Center Founder Dr. Randy Carlson shares how wisdom helps you to be prepared for what God is going to do.

You can’t have a great marriage unless you have a sparkling attitude.

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You want nothing less than God’s very best for your child. The biggest challenge parent’s face is that children don’t come with instruction manuals. It takes understanding, planning and some good old-fashioned hard work.

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As children of aging parents, it’s important how you honor them as they face each new season of their own life. How do you help them make the tough decisions with love and respect?

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Back in the Old Testament, people shared the Word of God through stories—talking and sharing allowed one generation to pass it down to the next. After God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, He instructed the Israelites to share His commandments as they went about their day.

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Self-deception gets us into trouble even today. We deceive ourselves in lots of ways.

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You want to put Jesus front and center in your family’s life, but with so many “urgent” activities vying for their time and attention, that can be easier said than done.

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