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Sincerely Yours

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I found myself rereading Jesse Thorn’s A Manifesto for the New Sincerity again this morning. I revisit it from time to time, and highly recommend that you do the same. It’s …

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Insecurity Guard

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Episode 25! This time, Jenny and Dieter talk about living with courage. Every moment of life is leading us to a leap of faith that will change everything. Other topics …

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Common Ground

In Engage, Think by Dieter Randolph

Have you ever been told to count your blessings? I don’t know where you went to Sunday School, but there’s a fair chance it was meant, or at least understood, …

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Raining Revolution

In Think by Dieter Randolph

It’s summer here in Saint Pete. I know this not just because of the uptick in Ohio license plates, teenagers wandering around in the middle of the day, or even …

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How Phar I See

In Think by Dieter Randolph

The Easter story is a lesson about victory and overcoming. There are those people who focus on the suffering, the death, the cross. Given that the ministry of Jesus Christ …

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Prove the Dough

In Think by Dieter Randolph

Jesus never opened a bakery. He never opened a wine bar. Why? We know that the manifestation miracles were important to Jesus’ work. We know that feeding people was key. …

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Know when to Hold ‘Em

In Podcast, Think by Dieter Randolph

Episode 11 — Jenny and Dieter talk about living in faith, the two options we always have, and whether or not smoothies are in the divine plan. (They are not.) …

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Which is it?

In Engage, Think by Dieter Randolph

Growing up Unity means getting used to questions. I’d heard them all; people wanted to know if we were a cult, if we believed in Jesus, if we were the …

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Raise the Bar

In Think by Dieter Randolph

Thoughts held in mind reproduce after their kind.  We increase what we praise.  We get more of what we pay attention to.  Intention dictates experience. Prayer doesn’t start with what you …