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Stephen Lindemann
7 Dec, 20 ·
4 min read

The Bible frequently calls us to be “strong and courageous” (cf. Joshua 1:9; Haggai 2:4-5). Easy to say, not so easy to do. God knows first hand that it isn’t easy. Jesus, the God-man, came to earth and personally…

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Stephen Lindemann
29 Nov, 20 ·
4 min read

“You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family”. This popular quote is sometimes used to excuse ourselves from making an effort to maintain healthy family relationships while we channel our time and…

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Stephen Lindemann
23 Nov, 20 ·
7 min read

It seems the world has never been more divided than it is now: liberals v. conservatives, progressives v. traditionalists, globalists v. isolationists, pro-choice v. pro-life, anti-vaxxers v. pro-vaxxers, etc., etc…

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Stephen Lindemann
16 Nov, 20 ·
5 min read

In my work as a Leadership Consultant I come across a very common phenomenon with many of my clients called the ‘Imposter Syndrome’. Rooted in a lack of self-belief and deeply held insecurity, these leaders…

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Stephen Lindemann
26 Oct, 20 ·
4 min read

Do you like the Psalms? Do you find them inspiring? I try to read through the Psalms every year or two. I find them to be some of the most inspiring, comforting and sometimes challenging passages in the Bible…

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Stephen Lindemann
19 Oct, 20 ·
8 min read

Those who have been married for any length of time will attest to one of the most challenging aspects of conflict resolution. When there’s been a heated disagreement or a misunderstanding, who takes the first step toward…

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Stephen Lindemann
13 Oct, 20 ·
7 min read

My mother loves to create artsy knick-knacks. Growing up, our house was full of her creations. Tea spoon racks, hand-painted tea pots, hand-crafted fairy gardens, toll-painted bird houses, serving trays and various other…

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Stephen Lindemann
6 Oct, 20 ·
8 min read

When I was 5 or 6 years old, I ‘hoped’ my parents would one day take me to Disneyland. Given where we lived (a thousand miles away) and our lower socioeconomic status (I thought ‘scrawny chicken’ was a delicacy…

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Stephen Lindemann
28 Sep, 20 ·
5 min read

I absolutely love French Impressionism. I literally teared up with joy and awe the first time I saw a gallery full of original works by Renoir, Monet, Manet and Pissarro. I’d never seen artwork that moved me so profoundly…

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Stephen Lindemann
22 Sep, 20 ·
5 min read

While I knew it was coming, I was still waiting with great anticipation for the Mayor to call my name. Despite all the assurances by the bureaucrats and office clerks that my application had been successful, it wasn’t going to…

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Stephen Lindemann
14 Sep, 20 ·
5 min read

We humans are preoccupied with destinations. Whether it be academic destinations, career destinations, holiday destinations, material destinations or whatever else we believe we need in order to find satisfaction in this life…

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Stephen Lindemann
7 Sep, 20 ·
5 min read

We’ve all experienced the frustration of a request ignored. Whether it’s your husband ‘forgetting’ to take out the garbage, a teenage son with an IQ of 120 who still hasn’t figured out how to make his bed, or a…

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