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LeAnn Dilbeck

December, 2015

  • 16 December

    Guilty

    BY LEANN DILBECK – First and foremost, thank you so much for letting me know that my simple little “notes” have been missed and thank you for your patience. It was yet another lesson for me about the many seasons of life. This past year has been full of so much change for us, business-wise, and full of so many ...

June, 2015

  • 23 June

    Confidence vs. Ego

    BY LEANN DILBECK – We’ve all met those people that are their own worst enemy… heck, we may have even been that person at one time or another. The word ego doesn’t have a positive connotation to it at all but is actually simply defined as a person’s sense of self-esteem or self-importance. The issue comes when that ego becomes ...

  • 21 June

    Leadership

    BY LEANN DILBECK – Our family has been taking steps in faith, not completely understanding or seeing the bigger picture, for a few years now. The bigger picture was revealed to us gradually over the last few months and His blessings have almost been overwhelming. Luke 12:48 is always close at heart … to whom much is given, much is ...

April, 2015

  • 26 April

    “Shock and Awe”

    BY LEANN DILBECK – “Shock and awe” seems to have grown beyond a military strategy to its own dominating way of life in our culture. From what is classified as entertainment, to the news, to debates, to defiant children, it seems the more outrageous and “in your face” it can be is not only tolerated, it’s encouraged. And with today’s ...

  • 19 April

    Climbing Mountains

    BY LEANN DILBECK – I’ve heard my whole life the old sayin’ “Don’t bite off more than you can chew,” and recently, that took on profound significance when the Pulse crew wanted to conquer the Talimena 13.1! If someone asked me if I would, on any given Saturday (that one and only day of the week I get to sleep ...

  • 1 April

    One by One…

    BY LEANN DILBECK – One of the things I’ve noticed about getting more mature (sounds better than older) is how different the view of the world can be. I remember an old country song from when I was a little girl by John Conlee called “Rose Colored Glasses,” and it has occurred to me how foggy and darker those glasses ...

March, 2015

  • 15 March

    Steering to Service

    BY LEANN DILBECK – Remember those early days of learning to drive? You would drive by something that caught your attention… and you would focus on it… focus, focus, focus until you’re snapped out of it by your mother screaming your name because, just as you were merely admiring the neighbor mowing their lawn, you were suddenly veering off to ...

  • 1 March

    Bullies

    BY LEANN DILBECK – Whether or not you’ve been the target of a bully, we all remember them from childhood; that one child that was determined to prey upon another “weaker” one in order to make themselves feel superior. Even if they never bullied you, there was no doubt, you knew exactly who they were. They were either the biggest ...

February, 2015

  • 14 February

    My Forever Valentine

    BY LEANN DILBECK – Ahhh… the season of love. That one day of the year that is completely commercialized to remind us to do or buy something for our special Valentines. One out of 365? Really? I’m certainly glad that the love of my life doesn’t limit his random and sincere acts of kindness to just one day a year. ...

January, 2015

  • 18 January

    Lasting Legacies

    BY LEANN DILBECK – The only thing that is constant is, ironically, change. For some, change is overwhelming, scary and stressful. For others, it is exciting, adventurous, and inspirational. Some change is inevitable; other is preventable.  Some change is progress; other change is destructive. For those who thrive on absolutes, the need for that one constant … that one unchanging ...