“Heart Won’t Stop” Lyric Video on YOU ARE THE AVALANCHE – by John Mark McMillan and Sarah McMillan

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The new release from John Mark McMillan and his wife Sarah McMillan, Avalanche, is now available–and it’s destructive in the greatest way imaginable. You can get the new album here at iTunes. JMM continues in turning the mundane to magnificent with the images used in the lyric video from the song “Heart Won’t Stop”.

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Don’t forget what an Avalanche looks like.

Heart Won’t Stop Lyrics and link to the Chord Chart:

Verse 1: There is not a man or a beast, nothing on the land or underneath, Oh nothing that could ever come between,  the love you have for me

I could lay my head in Sheol, I could make my bed at the bottom of the darkness deep, Oh but there is not a place I could escape you

Chorus: Your heart won’t stop coming after me,Your heart won’t stop coming after me, Your heart won’t stop coming after me

Verse 2: There is not an angel of the stars, there is not a devil in the dark, Oh nothing that could change the way you are, the love you have for me

I could lay my head in Sheol, I could make my bed at the bottom of the darkness deep, Oh but there is not a place I could escape you

Chorus: Your heart won’t stop coming after me,Your heart won’t stop coming after me, Your heart won’t stop coming after me

I could lay my head in Sheol, I could make my bed at the bottom of the darkness deep, Oh but there is not a place I could escape you

Chorus: Your heart won’t stop coming after me,Your heart won’t stop coming after me, Your heart won’t stop coming after me

(Heart Won’t Stop Chord Chart Here)

PSFK Feature

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I’m pumped to have our company’s product and my design team’s work featured on one of my favorite blogs, PSFK. Our designer, Isaiah Hruby put this together. The PSFK daily email is curated well for creative directors and design professionals to get a good look at the business side of the things we work on. Here’s a view of the site feature, which also went out on their email.

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You can read the full article here on the PSFK website.

Be Steadfast.

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This is one of my favorite verses. It represents one of the three commitments I have made to myself and others.

1) I will embrace responsibility.

2) I will reject passivity.

3) I will believe in God for the greater reward.

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James 1:12 Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him. (Graphic design from the faithlife.com team.)

Plan now.

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Careful planning puts you ahead in the long run; hurry and scurry puts you further behind. (Proverbs 21:5)Runner Start Runway 2015Make plans. Write them down. Cross some off. Add a few goals you think are too big. Plan out your steps to get each goal accomplished. Tell someone about everything you want to do this year.

Start.

 

 

7 Ways to be more dangerous at work

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Watch this amazing video of explorers walking on beautiful clean ice in the Slovakian mountains. It’s some of the clearest ice you could ever imagine. It looks like they are walking on thin ice it’s so clear.

In the hustle of getting projects done, meeting deadlines, doing our day-to-day work, growing our careers – and all while juggling home life –  sometimes we feel like we might fall through the thin ice below. But maybe, the ice isn’t thin at all. Maybe the ice is solid and we just need to trust the ground we’re exploring. Be dangerous. Be daring and do great things.

Here’s seven things to help you be more dangerous at your job.

1. Take it serious. Run your job like it’s your own company and a company you will fight to make successful.

2. Trust yourself. If you have an idea you feel could make a difference, share it. Present it with passion and excitement.

3. Test the waters. If something looks a little shaky, proceed with caution. The important part is to proceed. Don’t avoid things because they look a little risky. Test the waters, but do it quickly.

4. Be courageous. There are times for caution and there are times where courage is needed. Every team needs to break out of their mold and every team can use a win that is outside of their normal work. Big wins will come with great courage to do dangerous things.

5. Do the math. You are only going to succeed as much as you are willing to fail.

6. Explore new places. We’ll never find new success if we don’t get off the beaten path.

7. Enjoy the view. When you look around and see you are doing things that you never thought could happen – enjoy the view. Work hard to make the unbelievable happen and then celebrate your victories – big or small.

Sometimes what we think feels like walking on thin ice is really more like exploring new ground.