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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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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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Creating a Rhythm of Reflection

Perhaps you have been reading our series on reflection and thinking, “All of this sounds great and I’d love to do more reflection, but how?

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Joyfully Anticipating Love

According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, “keep watch” means to watch to make sure that no one is coming.” The historical context of Jesus’ birth into…

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The Map and the Territory: The Importance of Reflexivity

It doesn’t take much to realize that if the best we can do is to create a limited representation of the world, we need others to have a better picture of what’s going on around us and even within us.

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Positive Reflection Ideas for Your Team (And You)

Reflection is more than a self-help tool—it’s a way to help you and your team flourish in the workplace. Practicing reflection has been shown to help develop leaders and strengthen teams.

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Need Help Reflecting? Try Spiritual Direction

I know people who are wired for reflection. They seem to have an innate capacity for wise and gracious introspection.

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Rest Recap

Over the summer, we’ve written several articles to help us think about our relationship with rest, sabbath, and play.

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Mentored by Jesus to Mentor Others: Part 2

In my last article, I explored the concept of mentoring using the story of Jesus’ post-resurrection encounter with two of his disciples on the road to Emmaus.

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Mentored by Jesus to Mentor Others: Part 1

Think about it: Where would you be if you did not have others wiser and more experienced who came alongside to encourage and help you navigate the challenging waters of life, work, and leadership?

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Resurrection at Work

When was the last time you saw a resurrection at work? If you work in the medical field, maybe you’ve seen someone brought back to life. Most of us don’t get to see that sort of miracle unless we’re binge-watching the latest TV medical drama. But if we looked carefully, intentionally, perhaps we’d see resurrection all around us.

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Resources to Help You Celebrate Easter

Easter–it’s both a day and a season. It’s the day Christians celebrate the empty tomb, the resurrection of Jesus, and his triumph over the grave. But it’s also a season on the Church calendar. 

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Resources for When Work Is Difficult

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, it felt like we slipped from relative calm into utter chaos overnight. On Thursday evening, I met my best friend for coffee at our favorite local spot. The next morning, we received a notice from my boys’ school that at-home learning would begin that day.

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Meet the Team: What’s On Our Shelves and Playlists

At the De Pree Center, we have an amazing staff. When we interview candidates for job openings, they often ask the hiring committee what they love about their jobs, and we can’t not talk about our team.

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Teach Us How to Pray: A List of Prayer Collections

Healthy marketplace leaders know how to pray. And they do it often. When we interviewed exemplary Christian marketplace leaders for our research study, they…

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