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Meredith Dahl  // Posts published by Meredith Dahl

02 Dec Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on Next Steps towards Lasting Faith

Next Steps towards Lasting Faith

Next Steps towards Lasting Faith

Two weeks ago today, we had another wonderful equipping event here at Project Renovation. One Life’s Derek Melleby led us in an important discussion about instilling lasting faith into the teens we work with every day. We loved the discussion of the day and were excited to be with other youth workers from across PA. […]

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12 Aug Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on With God, pt. 3

With God, pt. 3

With God, pt. 3

Welcome to part three of a series entitled “With God.” Meredith Dahl has been leading us through some important reflections on our attitude and posture toward God throughout the ordinary moments of our day. To catch up, check out part one and part two. I hope and pray that each of you have allowed time […]

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05 Aug Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on With God, pt. 2

With God, pt. 2

With God, pt. 2

This is part two of a series written by Meredith Dahl. To catch up with part one of the series, click here. Turning Down Help… I was at a fast-food restaurant the other day that was extremely busy. There were tons of crying babies and toddlers, moms looking frazzled, men pulling their significant others out […]

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With God, pt. 1

With God, pt. 1

It was not that long ago that Winter 2014 wouldn’t end. Even for a winter/skiing/snow loving person like myself, winter just dragged! Like many others, I could not wait for warmer days and summer weather. For our family, this year the winter seemed even longer. It was not only long due to the cold weather […]

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25 Mar Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on Learning to Live Values

Learning to Live Values

Learning to Live Values

Giving Core Values More than Lip Service Many ministries, businesses and non-profits have core values for their organizations/companies. You might find them posted on the wall when you walk into their facilities or discover them buried in a dusty manual somewhere. People may not think too much about them during the daily routine of life. […]

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28 Jan Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on Feeling Guilty & Intentional Rest

Feeling Guilty & Intentional Rest

Feeling Guilty & Intentional Rest

Do you ever find yourself talking more about something you’re passionate about, but not actually doing it? I hate to admit it, but I find myself in these situations. I was in a meeting six months ago where we were discussing the need for ministries to provide opportunities for their staff to rest and be spiritually […]

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24 Sep Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on Nothing to Say

Nothing to Say

Nothing to Say

Some of the greatest teachable moments in my own life have occurred when needing to teach, lead or write something for others, I start to work on it, and find I have nothing to say. I sit in front of a blinking cursor and a blank screen, and struggle to find words that I can […]

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06 Aug Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on The Art of Saying, “No”

The Art of Saying, “No”

The Art of Saying, “No”

Recently, I was asking to be involved in a great opportunity to start a new program at the ministry where I serve. It seemed like an amazing program to implement. We had some key volunteers invested, funds to get it started and the space to operate. I was really excited and ready to move forward! […]

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Learning to Remember

Learning to Remember

Not Wanting to Forget With the birth of our son, we write down all of his “firsts” in a baby book. As many first time parents do, every step along the way must be documented! We have kept track of his first smile, his first laugh, the first time he rolled over, the first time […]

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07 May Spiritual Formation | Comments Off on The Art of Running Late

The Art of Running Late

The Art of Running Late

I’m late. I had scheduled my day out perfectly. I planned to have enough time to pack my car with the large boxes of items for an event in the evening while the baby entertained himself. However, on this particular day the baby did not want to play with his toys. On this day the […]

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