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#164 Ten Habits to Change in 2017

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Welcome to this new segment called “Never Quit” a podcast dedicated to those who will never quit in three areas:

  1. Mental Health
  2. Leadership and creative pursuits
  3. Relationships and love

In this episode of Never Quit I talk about 1o Things to Change in 2017. Continue reading #164 Ten Habits to Change in 2017

Why You May Have Left the Church [POST]

Church-on-small-island-in-Lake-Bled-with-Castle-on-hillsideWelcome back. You belong here.

In reading through books for my class, it’s obvious to me that the church in North America has lost its seat at the table of influence. Sure, there are exceptions, but the problem is that most of those exceptions are fueled by the fossil fuel of yesteryear not the solar energy of today..

Does any body know what I’m talking about?  Continue reading Why You May Have Left the Church [POST]

Chapter 2 – Part 2 – “Laundry on Sundays” excerpts from “Every Day Grace: From Anxious Freak to Fearless Lover”, by david Trig


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These are exerpts from a book I’m writing called “Every Day Grace: From Anxious Freak to Fearless Lover”. By david Trig

You can read excerpts from Chapter 1 here
You can read excerpts from Chapter 2 here

I’ve let much of that go. I learned a lot from the situation while acknowledging that much of what happened was just plane wrong. The experience left a bad taste in my mouth and I once again resolved to never go back to church. And for two years I didn’t. But God had other plans.


I walked into church wondering what would happen. Would I feel something? Would I leave in the middle of the first song? As the band struck the first note, I had all those feelings running through my head, but instead of my usual bitterness and cynicism, I felt understood. After a few songs, a video which included the song “God Bless America” and some over the top announcements, the speaker finally got up to preach.

He talked about times when you feel you’re in the middle of a desert, times when you realize you’re blind and you have no idea which way to go. That’s exactly where I was at.

Thanks for being here,