Category Archives: Transition

Faith and Trust – A Good Combination

Sometimes life moves faster than one is ready to handle. During my last posting I spoke of a Congregations for the Homeless colleague, Curt, who was gravely ill and a man in the shelter looking for a job. In the … Continue reading

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2013 Success…Vision, Possibilities & Commitments

Did you achieve your goals for 2012…or did you have any?  Were you disappointed or satisfied with the results of your goal setting effort.  I have found success in a process that has been helpful to hundreds of my clients and to … Continue reading

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A Birth Like No Other

There is a favorite song of mine at Christmas here in Seattle, I Just Go Nuts at Christmas.   I smile every time I hear the words and they even bring back memories of Christmas past. It is however a reminder … Continue reading

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Homeless Men – Hard work, hope, results

Why do we at Living Perspectives work with homeless men? It issimple, we saw God at work among these men and we decided to join God in what He was doing.  What is the value of one life transformed by … Continue reading

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Discouraged?… Depressed?…..Look Up!

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My coaching practice involves guiding people to see the possibilities ahead instead of the obstacles…to steer the ship by the stars not by the wake. The Israelites in the desert, on the way to the Promised Land, encountered poisonous snakes … Continue reading

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2012 – A Year of Service?

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Most of us have heard about the anonymous donors this Christmas that paid off lay-away gifts at some of the big department stores pleasantly surprising the customers.  There has been a generous outpouring of gifts to the Salvation Army, Union … Continue reading

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