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Author: DeLano Sheffield

DeLano J. Sheffield is the Business Resource Specialist for Goodwill of MoKan where he connects to people on the fringes, training them to reach their full potential through learning and the power of work; he also is on the frontlines of the advances of the fourth industrial revolution and coaches leaders on diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. He began his career as an architectural engineer then went on to attend seminary. In every part of his life he finds ways to infuse theology into vocation, and strengthen practical connections of faith and daily activity. DeLano lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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The Prelude: Resolution—”He was with me” (Part 2)

We tend to take refuge in many other things: in our bank accounts, our reputation, our insurance, our friends.

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The Prelude: Resolution—”He was with me” (Part 1)

This year you can have a resolve that, regardless of what may happen in the composition of your year.

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Can You Add a Day? (Part 2)

“Consider the Lilies.”

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Can You Add a Day? (Part 1)

Jesus asked a pointed question that, if taken literally, could help us understand how to approach life with less worry.

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Remember the Place You Belong

It would do us well to remember that we are qualified in spite of good or bad circumstances.

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Had Enough?

What do we need when we have had enough?

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Human Significance, Part 2

Awe in God’s majesty gives us hope and clarity that while things may be dark now, they will not always be.

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Human Significance

God can use the vastness of creation to show us that we are valuable to Him.

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Silent Labor Resonates

Silent labor is neither unimportant, unvalued or unrecognized work.

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Remembering Your Work

Sometimes the very thing we need to endure is to recall the work others have done.

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Persevering Encouragement

Gospel reminders between fellow co-laborers keep us focused.

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Cherished Co-Laborers

When we hold other believers dear to us, we find mutual reminders of the ties that bind us together.

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Ranking the Greatest (Part 2)

The lesson of rank and greatness continues with a pivot to the kingdom.

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Ranking the Greatest (Part 1)

Through every generation, the Son of Man continues to serve, and he tells us today that rank and greatness pale in comparison to serving him by the works of our hands.

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Character of God’s Kindness

Regardless of region, gender, race, background, whether we’re on a mountain peak or the stormy sea, Jesus can find us and easily reverse the domain of darkness with his Kingdom.

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