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Saying Sorry to Your Kids, Lose It App, and Reframing Risk | GOF32

Saying Sorry to Your Kids, Lose It App, and Reframing Risk | GOF32

Are you facing a risk in life where you say to yourself, “It’s gonna take a miracle?” Yeah, I have had those moments. Whenever we face situations where the stakes are high, the risk is exponential, and success isn’t an option, sometimes we need a miracle. For many of us, we sometimes forget one of most important core beliefs — the hand of God guiding our lives. So in this episode, we are going to reframe risk by carefully looking at the relationship of miracle and providence in everyday life.

 

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This Episode’s Topic: Reframing Risk

To better understand why this issue matters: Each of us faces circumstances where we need God to “show up.” But sometimes we forget that God shows up each and every day. It’s not just the big things that matter to God, but the little ones as well.

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Smitty’s Tip of the Week: Lose It App Review

Lose It App for iPhone.

I have just started using this app, and it’s phenomenal. Since I started using this app, I’ve lost an additional 5 lbs!

Dad Life Segment: Saying Sorry To Your Kids

This weekend I totally blew it with my son and had to apologize. Key Takeaway: Our children watch everything we do.

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Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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