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It’s Been a Moment, Here is How I Feel

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | January 15, 2021

The days give less and more it takes Trails of tears our nation makes From declaration and freedom declare To self-destruction and images of despair God hits straight lines with crooked sticks But sometimes he lets crooked nations get sick A dream and vision of what could be Yet original sin is all we see […]

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Things to Remember this New Year

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | January 1, 2021

Brent Crowe wishes you a happy new and gives some insight on how we should approach this year despite what we all may be feeling. How would a leader come into this year? Not a lot feels like it has changed, but know that you can change a lot.

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Redemption Rest

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | September 15, 2020

There is a rest that is only available to those who wish to awaken from the slumber of trying too hard. To those who have carried a weight never intended for their shoulders. Those seeking to fit into an impossible template. You show up to as much as you can. You lift up as many […]

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A Charge for a People of the Highest Good

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | September 1, 2020

We are a people of the highest good. We are a people made pilgrims because of God’s greatest good. And so we wander onward achieving because we have been approved. We’ve been changed inward, so we move forward, Achieving things that make the good Father proud, Serving well because we have been captured by the […]

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Chase the Light

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | August 25, 2020

There was once a marvelous and odd flower that grew in a garden. It was bright and full of life. It was marvelous because it’s personality and colors burst forth into the sky each day like a shooting star. It was odd because it exuded a behavior that seemed strange to all the other flowers […]

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Avoiding the Sirens Song of Power and Popularity

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | July 29, 2020

It would seem that the two biggest idols in our world today are ‘power’ and ‘popularity’. This probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. In fact, it appears COVID-19 has only magnified mankind’s desire to accumulate more power and more popularity. And yet, it is historically fascinating the beginning years of the Church consisted of […]

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Ode to the Oddballs

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | April 28, 2020

Ode to the Oddballs      Lost in a crowd  Alone in a conversation Inside the glass, yet on the outside looking in    You know who you are With your metaphoric Mad Hatter hats  Born with those over-sized ears That insane sense of optimism though you have short-term memory loss The desire to blow that […]

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Margin & Magic

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | April 21, 2020

There’s no doubt that things have slowed down. This will probably be the only time in my life that all around us comes to a standstill in such a definitive fashion. And yet, as things have slowed in some areas of life, it has created margin for other aspects that may have gone overlooked or underappreciated.  […]

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Post-Zombie-Apocalypse Dreaming

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | April 15, 2020

When a pandemic brings an entire planet to a standstill, it really can feel like the end of the world. And if you are a senior in high school or college, there is this sense of missing some important milestones: Senior prom, graduation, state or division championships, final games, and the list could go on. […]

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I’m in a Glass Case of Emotion and Other Feelings

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | April 9, 2020

“I’m in a glass cage of emotion” and other feelings…   Cope.   It means to “deal with effectively with something difficult.” And make no mistake about it, there are a myriad of ways that people ‘cope’ with this new normal we all find ourselves in. Some have gained weight and are eating either unhealthy […]

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