Coach's Corner

Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

Certain things “ruin” us, meaning we’ll never be the same; nothing else compares to that certain thing. Take steak for example. My husband loves steak. When we attend weddings (and we attended 10 this year!) and there’s an option for the dinner, without fail, Jimmy...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

I was sitting in the dentist chair, wishfully hoping my wisdom tooth would not have to be pulled. My stomach had been churning since noon-time, just knowing where I was headed: to get my first tooth yanked. I had a good defense for why the tooth did not have to be...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

I just have to get this off my chest. Back in August we brought in some prophetic ministry. People flocked to the church to get a word from the prophet. I don’t blame them. It’s encouraging to receive a prophetic word. And that is what prophecy is for: to encourage....

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

Oh twitter, how I love thee, and how I hate thee. I love using Twitter for news, sports, good quotes and spiritual insight from leaders I look up to. I open Twitter at any given time and get news that otherwise would have taken me days to find out about, if even then....

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

Ever notice how coaches dress up? I was a coach, and I never fully understood why. I especially don’t get why they do in soccer or outdoor sports. Ok, basketball is indoors. It makes sense. But it’s super hot outside, and you’re roaming the sidelines in a suit?...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

“Every day I am reminded that our life’s journey is really about the people who touch us.” This quote was given just last night by Stuart Scott, an ESPN broadcast announcer who received the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the annual ESPY Awards ceremony. I’ve seen...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

Sometimes I get burned by people. Sometimes people annoy or frustrate me. This makes my patience, love and tolerance for others dwindle. But that’s not where I want to be in life. That’s not the attitude I want towards others. Can you relate? I often find myself...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

To all the kids who said thank you, I just want to say, thank you. For reals, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. Thank you for acknowledging our thought. Thank you for acknowledging our hard work and effort. Thank you for being respectful. Thank you for showing...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

  We experienced a HUGE storm the other night. Torrential rain, thunder, a spectacular display of lighting and even hail in some areas. Some lost power, such as Mighty Taco, where Jimmy, myself and a friend ducked into for a quick dinner after our softball game...

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Coach’s Corner by Laurie Bolton

I thought I was better at adapting to change than I really am. Years ago, I moved offices. My new office was much smaller, yet a much better set-up for me. I wanted to quit the day of the move. Seriously. It threw me right off. But that at least 7 years ago. I’m...

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