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What Ignites Your Inner Work?

Confession: I’m not a Swiftie. I’ve never listened to a Taylor Swift album in its entirety. In truth, I know only one of her songs–just the first line of the chorus, actually. 

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Hunger and Healing: A Meditation Exercise for Lent

As you journey through the season of Lent, we’ve created a reflection exercise for you to pair with Fuller Studio’s Lent meditation video, “Hunger and Healing.”

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The Inner Work of Ash Wednesday

During the winter of my freshman year of college, I went into the dining hall for lunch. As usual, a half dozen women in official uniforms were standing behind the counter, ready to serve the students.

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Book Review: Crucial Conversations

In a time when conversations seem increasingly harder to broach and navigate, we could all use a little help. Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High is a helpful guide to healthier conversations in the midst of challenging situations.

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The Inner Life of Leadership

What makes a good leader? Any search on the web will return a laundry list of qualities and characteristics of leadership.

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How to Be a Better Boss

Chances are we’ve all had a bad boss at some point. But what if we’re the bad boss? What can we do to be better? Michaela O’Donnell describes how attending to our inner work is the first step.

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An Onramp to The New Year

Happy New Year! Here at the De Pree Center, we know those three words can bring a sense of joy for the opportunities a fresh start offers, but also a feeling of pressure to figure out how to do this next year right.

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Closing Out 2023: Your Top DPC Picks

The year is almost to a close and we wanted to leave you with some of your De Pree Center favorites from 2023. Check out all your top resources listed below to see what helped you grow and lead in a distinctly Christian way.

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That’s a Wrap: Our Favorite Resources from 2023

One of my more recent end-of-the-year enjoyments is scrolling through social media to see people post their “Spotify Wrapped” lists.

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Something to Look Forward To

My neighbor held the elevator for me and we greeted each other with the customary, “How are you?” I live in a residence for people living in the third third of their lives.

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Metacognition: A Reflective Pathway to Growth and Healing

The key to effective and fruitful reflection doesn’t lie in the content of your thoughts. It’s in your awareness and understanding of your thought processes.

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Giving Tuesday 2023

This year, I am struck by the hard questions you’ve brought to us. Whether it’s the emerging leader who asked me, “How do you know what to do when you don’t know what to do?” Or the team leader who told us, “I’ve got to let go of half my team because my boss wouldn’t deal with reality.

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Advent Isn’t Pretty

Advent isn’t pretty. The churches that celebrate Advent may outfit their pulpits, altars, and chancels in shades of purple or deep blue.

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Being Shaped by Gratitude

When I was a kid, my mom used to take me aside before big events like Christmas or a birthday and coach me, telling me that when I received a gift from someone, I needed to look them in the eye and say thank you.

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Thanksgiving

At the center of things is gift.
It is sacrilege to turn gift into obligation.

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