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The Hidden Danger of Well-Roundedness
Most us have been encouraged to be well-rounded as some point in our lives. If we have children, we’ve probably wanted them to be “desirably varied” too, but have you ever stopped to ask, Is well-roundedness what God wants for us? In this talk, Dale reveals the three reasons Christians are conformed to the pattern of well-roundedness, the danger it poses to the greatest commandment, and how to live sharp.
Would the Real You Please Stand Up?
In a world filled with advertisements, advice and social media messages about who and what you should be, women are bombarded daily with the temptation to become someone other than the one you were designed to be. Dale explains the four authentic types of women, details the beauty of each style, and how they uniquely reflect a specific portion of God to the world. By infusing women with this divine self-awareness, you will walk away affirmed, equipped, and commissioned to steward your slice of God’s image. See more at www.YourAuthenticPersonality.com
Were you the favored child growing up? Most everyone has a story of favoritism and how it affected their sense of identity. As the “unfavored” one in her family, Dale came to believe she was unlikeable to others and to God. Through a personality test, she began to see herself in a new way, leading her to a divine purpose and fulfilling profession.
The season of thanksgiving is a wonderful time to reflect on our many blessings but do you ever struggle to feel grateful? Gratitude doesn’t always come easy. Dale examines our attitudes of striving that keep us from celebrating our victories, our tendencies to live in the past or the future and miss out on the wonder of the present, and the lack of acceptance that keeps us from our coming hope, so that we can start living with authentic and abundant gratitude.
The pressure to meet the demands around us is heavy, but even more so during the Christmas season. Dale shows us how the expectation found in the voices of Christmas past, present, and future can drown out the voice of God and keep us from the Christmas that God wants. She shows us the three elements of a true celebration that will release the pressure and focus our attention on Jesus.