October 2014 is the 1st year anniversary of the new “Pointes of View.”
To everyone who has visited this site and read a post, commented and shared it…thank you!
To you who are reading this as your first “Pointes of View” post…welcome!
My commitment is to use these posts to help YOU grow.
To do so I want to better understand you and your challenges, interests and worldview.
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Here are five posts of the past twelve months…
The Top 5 All Time Pointes Of View Posts
#1 – 13 Things to Stop Doing To Your Marriage (3,357 views / 374 shares)
I’ve been counseling couples for 34 years – just one year less than the number of years my wife has been reminding me that I am a lucky man.
Here are 13 things to stop doing that can be the start of something fantastic for your marriage.
#2 – 17 Courageous Statements You Need To Hear (2,089 views / 191 shares)
2014 is a year of Courage at North Pointe. Theme Bible verse: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9
“Courage does not always roar; sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’ Mary Anne Radmacher
#3 – 25 Top Quotes (1886 views / 136 shares)
The right words at the right time can inspire a breakthrough in your life.
A quote can have the power to get you through a bad week or the courage to pursue your dreams.
Here are 25 quotes you’ll want to read.
#4 – Four Things I Told My Sons Before They Got Married (1,773 views / 263 shares)
On Saturday July 26, 2014 I had the privilege of officiating our firstborn son’s wedding. It was a tranquil setting on his fiance’s family’s farm, near Delmas, Saskatchewan.
Four years earlier on May 29th, I had the same pleasure at our youngest son, Jean Marc’s wedding in Edmonton, Alberta.
I am proud of my sons and happy for them and their spouses. There were four things I told them before they got married.
#5 – They Call Me “Pastor” (1,620 Views / 313 Shares)
Being a pastor is not something to which I aspired. It certainly wasn’t a childhood dream. By nature, I’m a loner. (My teenage ambition was to be a hermit. Really) By nurture, I’m a people person.
I’m like a turtle on a fence post. When you see a turtle on a fence post you know it didn’t get there on its own – someone put it there. My fence post is a platform for sincere respect and genuine love for the people God has entrusted to my care.
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