Pastor Greg's Blog

What to Do with Worries and What-If's

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I am proud to say that, for the most part, I've never been much of a worrier. Actually, I think I need to amend that statement. I have never been much of a worrier until I became a parent. The day I had the label of "Dad" slapped on my back, I began to understand what that word truly meant. To this day, I am typically very unconcerned about my life and the challenges I might encounter, but in the blink of an eye, my panic meter can go from zero to a thousand when it comes to my...

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Posted by Greg Robinson
Categories: Trust in God

Sometimes Procrastination Can Be a Good Thing

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I have oft been accused, and rightly so, of being a procrastinator. Yes, I'm that guy who buys Christmas presents on December Eve, who wrote every college term paper the night before it was due, and who regularly goes to bed saying, "I'll handle that tomorrow." I know I should strive to get things done in a more timely manner, but to be frank, all of you Type-A personalities who finish things six months in advance just drive me crazy!    I'm not as bad as I once was, but I will...

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Posted by Greg Robinson
Categories: Good Reminders

Systematically Spontaneous

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A few months back, while attending a memorial service, I heard a eulogy that has really stuck with me. The man who had passed away was being described by a loving family member as a person who had lived life always striving to be systematically spontaneous. That phrase was so unique that I haven't forgotten it, and ever since then I've been trying to learn for myself what living that way might look like.    Consider that phrase again for a moment: systematically spontaneous...

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Posted by Greg Robinson
Categories: Life with Christ

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