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Rick McDaniel: On Labor Day, think about these ways to find fulfillment in your work

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Labor Day marks the end of summer, even if it the season lasts until Sept. 23. The days of vacations and weekend trips are over. School is back in session.

Sam Keen once wrote, “Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.” Now laziness gives way again to work.

But before that happens we celebrate Labor Day. One last chance to relax and rest. A day set aside to honor the American worker. And an opportunity to reflect on the nature and value of work.

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God is the original worker. He wears many hats: real estate developer, zoologist, architect, civil engineer, strategic planner, artist and more. This means work must be good in and of itself since God can only do what is good.

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It also means work reflects the activity of God. The work that God gives us has dignity in it. Just as God works, he has created us to work. We are co-workers with God, carrying out His purposes in this world.

The lawyer secures justice for clients. The grocer supplies food to customers. The doctor meets the health care needs of patients. The homemaker nurtures children. It takes all kinds of workers to do what God wants done in this world.

God expects us to work – at the office, factory, farm field, school or wherever we work. When we do it well it brings glory to God. This gives our work great meaning and significance. Work also helps to meet our necessary material needs.

Is this enough for us to find fulfillment in our work? It certainly gives us a grander understanding. But whatever our particular job, there are ways to find fulfillment in what we do.

 Have Realistic Expectations

Though it is meaningful to realize the inherent value of work, a realistic understanding is necessary. Work can provide a measure of significance and a sense of self-worth but it cannot fully deliver that for us. Work will not bring total self-fulfillment.

When we expect our job to do this for us we end up despondent and disillusioned because of unrealistic expectations. Work is limited; it is not meant to fill the need for worship, family or recreation.

In fact, when work becomes everything to us we fall into workaholism. Now work crowds out other important parts of our lives. This way of seeking fulfillment is a never-ending cycle that hurts us and those we love.

 Work Well with Leadership

Too many people begin to hate their job because they don’t work well with leadership. Authority structures are necessary and needed in the workplace. An unhealthy relationship with your boss will never lead to job fulfillment.

Your boss may not always be right but he or she deserves your loyalty. You would not be in your position if you and your boss didn’t think you could work together. Help your boss anticipate problems, pitfalls and challenges. You would want that assistance if you were in his or her position.

Feeling unappreciated or unjustly treated can cause you to be apathetic. This moves you away from fulfillment. Look for ways to make a positive contribution instead of complaining. Offer a helpful opinion and tell the truth when asked.

Enhance Your Emotional Quotient

Your relationships must be good for you to have fulfillment at work. Daniel Goleman coined the term “emotional intelligence” to describe our ability to manage ourselves and our relationships effectively. Many experts believe your emotional quotient is as important as your intelligence quotient in determining personal success.

Emotional intelligence comprises four fundamental capabilities: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and social skill. Each capability contains a certain set of competencies.

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When you relate well with your co-workers, show you care about them and think of their contribution as valuable you experience fulfillment in your job. Being able to work on a team is crucial to your job. Communicating effectively includes both talking and listening. Expressing appreciation goes a long way toward building relationships and positively impacting people.

Develop Your Skills

Since God has blessed us with talents to do our job we should work hard to develop them. When we improve our skills, it results in better work and more fulfillment. Demonstrating expertise at our job is a way of honoring God.

You may think your job doesn’t require skill, or that some skills matter more than yours. You may think you’re too old to develop your skills or you don’t really have any skills. But you do have skills, they matter and you need to develop them.

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You can develop your skills through self-study, school or training. It takes a commitment to continuous learning. Begin by selecting a skill to develop. And then target a specific skill-building strategy.

Your work has value. The greatest amount of time in your life is spent working. Make sure and find fulfillment in what you do.

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Rick McDaniel: I wanted to be first to see sunrise in America — Then this happened

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Getting up at 4 a.m. on your vacation is not normal. If you asked my wife, she might say something even less charitable. But we rose early that day for a special reason – to be the first to see the sunrise in America.

We had come to Acadia National Park in Maine to reconnect with our New England roots, enjoy cooler temperatures and explore its unique beauty. The rocky shoreline, the stunning views and the plentiful hiking trails did not disappoint. We had a great time but there was one adventure left.

In Acadia stands Cadillac Mountain. At 1,530 feet, it is the highest point on the Atlantic seaboard. Combined with being one of the easternmost points in America it’s the first place to see the sunrise in this country. We drove up early that morning to be the first to see the sunrise anywhere in America that day.

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I like to be first. I like it a lot. I was formed in the fires of athletic and academic competition. In my early years I heard phrases like “second is first loser” and “if you’re not first, you’re last.” So when I found out I could be the first one out of 327 million people in the United States to see the sunrise, I was all over it.

But when we arrived at the top of the mountain we could barely find a parking spot. And over the next 45 minutes we would watch hundreds more people pour onto the granite summit. I was not going to be first. I would be one of hundreds that day to see the first sunrise in America. It put me in some pretty rare company, but it wasn’t first.

When the sun rose, it was spectacular. People actually began to clap. Not a bad way to start your day. But as we left we drove by more cars parked all along the road and I realized there were even more people who saw the first sunrise beside me.

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There is nothing wrong with wanting to be first – someone has to be first. Greatness is a worthy goal to pursue.

The reality is we all can’t be first. Only one person can. We can’t all be the best, or “best” wouldn’t mean anything.

When Jesus said “the last will be first and the first will be last,” He wasn’t criticizing the desire to be first. He was teaching us about having a servanthood attitude. Jesus doesn’t want us to act superior to others. He wants us to serve others. You can be the best and still not act like you’re better than anyone else.

The reality is we all can’t be first. Only one person can. We can’t all be the best, or “best” wouldn’t mean anything. What each of us can pursue is being the best we can be. Taking the talents, gifts and opportunities God places in our lives and doing all we can to be the best we can become.

If the result is we are first, then that’s great. If we’re not, it’s OK as long as we know we strove for greatness and simply came up short. Your best may not be good enough in certain situations with particular people. But on another day, in another circumstance, it may be different and you come out on top.

The key is to pursue impact over outcome. Because impact you can control, results you cannot. I’m big on impact.

My preaching broadcast is called “High Impact Living,” my podcast is named “Point of Impact” and the church I pastor is known as a contemporary high-impact church. I believe in the power of making an impact.

I have seen the incredible impact our church has made over the last 25 years. Thousands of lives have been changed, families have been restored and our community has been immeasurably blessed because of our ministry.

The impact in so many ways is undeniable. But the outcomes have not always been what we’ve wanted. We have not seen results from all our efforts like we would have hoped for or even expected.

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Impact you can control because it is about doing the best you can with your resources. Outcomes are different because there are so many things beyond our control. We can do everything right but others can mess it up. The actions of some in companies, families and teams can keep the right outcome from happening. There are those that not only mess up their lives but yours too.

Sometimes the results just don’t show the whole story. But the impact will. You may not be acknowledged as the best or receive the first-place prize. That doesn’t mean you never will. As long as you keep pursuing being the best you can be, you’ll be first in what matters most.

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Rick McDaniel: Let’s celebrate the greatest achievement in human history

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Saturday we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969, at 4:18 p.m. EDT. It is not just a moment in history – it is the greatest achievement in human history. As Neil Armstrong said when he stepped onto the moon, “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”

A centuries-old dream became a reality that day. It was the culmination of a quest in space, leaving Earth and stepping on the moon. For thousands of years humans had looked up in the sky and seen the moon. Now a man actually stood on its surface.

It took three days traveling at 24,000 miles an hour for Apollo 11 to get to the moon. The astronauts orbited some 70 miles above the surface of the moon for a day before Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin detached their Lunar Module Eagle to make their descent. Michael Collins, who flew Command Module Columbia, watched as the Lunar Module flew downward.

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The moon landing was quite a challenge. In just 12 minutes Armstrong had to bring the Lunar Module from 50,000 feet, orbiting at several thousand miles per hour, to the moon’s surface.

They astronauts overshot the landing spot by four miles so Armstrong had to hover at 9 feet per second just over the surface, looking for a suitable landing spot. But he was able to land so softly that neither astronaut felt the impact.

Armstrong and Aldrin spent 2 hours and 36 minutes on the moon’s surface. They planted an American flag, set up experimental equipment, collected 40 pounds of moon rock and took photographs. They then had to propel from the Eagle, leaving behind one stage, to dock with the Columbia. And then fly back home. They re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on July 24 at 12:50 p.m. EDT.

One-fifth of the world’s population watched the moonwalk on television or listened on the radio. Yet, amazingly in a 1999 Gallup Poll 6 percent of Americans doubted the moon landing happened and another 5 percent were unsure. But it certainly did happen. And it changed the world.

What is most remarkable is that it was 50 years ago. Before the cell phone was invented, before there was the Internet. Martin Cooper, a Motorola engineer, made the first cellphone call in 1972. Vinton Cerf, the computer scientist who described the transmission control protocol that laid the foundation for the Internet did it in 1974.

This was the time of analog not digital, of circuit chips, not microprocessors. The amount of human intellect required to pull off such a feat is mind-boggling. Men and women using slide rules and calculators took us to the moon. They used computers but not anything we would remotely recognize today.

The Apollo Guidance Computer performed brilliantly, even though it had just 64 KB of memory and only 0.043 MHz of processing power. That was enormous at the time but nothing compared with today’s laptops that have over 320 GB of capacity. Millions of times that of the computer on which NASA staked this historic mission and the lives of three astronauts. A laptop with a 2.4 GHz processor is tens of thousands of times faster than the Apollo guidance computer.

And a computer is only as good as its software. It took 350 engineers the equivalent of 1,400 man-years to develop it before the moon landing. Part of what makes this achievement so great is the number of people who made it possible.

Besides these software engineers, there were hundreds of other engineers and scientists. It took three different teams (green, white and black) that contributed to the launch, landing and return.

The Apollo program created many items we use today. It introduced us to Velcro, freeze-dried food, memory foam and more. But most significant is the technological legacy. The silicon chip used in computers today stems from the creation of the Apollo guidance computer operating system.

Fairchild Semi-conductor – a technology startup in Palo Alto, Calif. – provided NASA with microelectronic components. Two of the scientists involved realized the future demand for miniaturized silicon chips and founded Intel. This is why that area became known as “Silicon Valley.”

Why would an inspirational author and speaker write about the Apollo 11 moon landing?  I’ve had a huge interest in space since I visited Kennedy Space Center as a child. One of my life dreams is to be the first pastor in space. But it is more than that.

The greatest human achievement inspires us. It happened 50 years ago so we are due to achieve something even greater. A manned trip to Mars would do it. Considering that Mars is 140 times farther away than the moon it would be an all-time achievement. I believe that will happen in my lifetime.

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But what else might we achieve in the meantime? If we achieved such greatness 50 years ago then what challenges today could we overcome? If we work together we can solve our biggest problems. Health care is too costly but a necessity. We are a nation of immigrants but a sovereign country. Climate change is real but addressing it is economically onerous.

I’m confident that the country that put a man on the moon 50 years ago can meet the challenges of today. We just need that same vision, passion and commitment to make it a reality

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Rick McDaniel: Here’s what happened after I prayed for 12 straight hours

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I love the question, “When is the last time you did something for the first time?” What would your answer be? For me it was several weeks ago when I prayed for twelve straight hours from Friday night at 7:00 until Saturday morning at 7:00.

I’ve done some lengthy spiritual practices. I have twice fasted for 20 days drinking only water. I once preached for 15 straight days. I’ve even prayed for hours but never that long.

I did it as the leader of an all-night prayer vigil for my church. Almost 130 people showed up throughout the night to pray for one hour or even longer. I stayed throughout the entire vigil.

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We felt there were issues that needed special prayer attention. We based it on Mark 9:29 where Jesus said, “Some things cannot be done except through prayer.” And also, Luke 6:12, “Jesus went out into the hills to pray and spent the night praying to God.” We figured if Jesus did it, maybe we should too.

Set aside time to pray. Unburden yourself to God. Tell him what is troubling you. Share with him your needs. Ask him to help those you love. And pray in faith.

The Korean church has been doing this for years. There are churches that have an all-night prayer vigil every week! And the results of their prayers are legendary. The largest church in the world is in Korea, where many amazing miracles have happened as well.

Many people who attended had never prayed for an entire hour. They thought it would be hard to do. But with some direction the prayer time moved right along, and before they knew it, the hour was up.

It was a phenomenal experience. One of the highlights of my spiritual journey with Jesus. I still feel the effects weeks later. I have a marvelous peacefulness. I am not as stressed and I am excited about the future.

And we have already seen answers to some of our prayers. The church has received provision — financially and in the form of summer intern help. We are expecting more answers in the days and weeks to come.

I have seen God work in my life as well. Assistance with my new book coming out this fall, help for family and clear direction on key decisions. It was certainly a challenge praying that long and even staying awake but clearly it was worth it.

We began our time of prayer each hour talking about how to prevail in prayer. To prevail is to ultimately gain victory but it may take time for that to happen. Sometimes we have to pray for longer than a few minutes to see God bring breakthroughs.

Prevailing prayer originates from two areas – desire and fervency. Desire is born out of need, fervency is born out of love. When there is a significant need, we can pray with great hunger. When someone we care about is struggling in some way, our love causes us to pray with great passion.

When you combine hunger and desire with fervency and passion you get prevailing prayers. That kind of prayer will result in answers. You get God’s attention when you pray like that.

Many of us have significant needs in our lives and those we love. We try to solve problems ourselves or figure a way out. But we don’t pray about it. We fail to realize how much God loves us and wants to help us.

One of the simplest but most amazingly ignored scriptures in the Bible is when Jesus says, “You have not because you ask not.” If you don’t ask you can’t receive. How many are suffering, stressed and overwhelmed but have never asked God to help them. Let alone keep praying until they get an answer.

We worry about our loved ones, have anxious thoughts about them but don’t pray for them. The most loving thing you can do for someone is to pray for them. All the time we spend worrying and scheming we could be praying. The difference is huge.

There is simply great power in prayer. Much in life is beyond our control. We do not possess the power necessary to bring change – only God can do it. Through prayer we can look at our circumstances in the light of God’s power instead of the shadow of our problems.

God can do amazing things when we pray. It is a privilege to watch how God works. Prayer reveals the unknown in so many ways. But we miss it if we don’t set aside time to pray regularly and consistently.

Maybe you should consider an extended time of prayer. You’ve tried everything else and nothing has worked. The problem is still there, your anxiety is increasing and you are filled with fear.

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Set aside time to pray. Unburden yourself to God. Tell him what is troubling you. Share with him your needs. Ask him to help those you love. And pray in faith.

Then get ready to see what God does.

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Rick McDaniel: The ‘sexless marriage’ — Is your relationship child-centered or couple-centered?

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Would it surprise you that according to Data scientist Seth Stephens-Davidowitz “sexless marriage” is one of the most Googles phrases when it comes to marriage issues in America?

Sex therapist Dr. Ian Keller says, “Sexless relationships are the number one issue I deal with, particularly in couples over forty.”

A sexless marriage is not easily defined. Some experts say a couple that has sex less than nine times a year is sexless. Certainly, if you are married and never have sex that would be sexless. Most couples know if they are in a sexless marriage.

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But is marriage all about sex anyway? No, but sex is called the act of marriage.

Sex connects a couple in more than just a physical sense. It bonds them together in a very special fashion. Sex brings a closeness and even a healing to a marital relationship like nothing else can do.

There are many possible causes for a sexless marriage. It could be poor health or illness, weight gain and body issues, tiredness and fatigue or anger and resentment. Most of these can be addressed as symptoms. Health can be improved, weight can be lost, schedules can be changed, forgiveness can be given.

But there is a more systemic cause especially with couples who are parents. My experience talking with couples whose sex lives fade is that it can come down to the children. A husband and wife choose, sometimes unwittingly, to have a child-centered rather than a couple-centered marriage.

The difference is huge. Over the last 20 or 30 years, there has been a shift in parenting. Parents are more intentional in their parenting. And dads have become much more involved. There are a lot of positives from this shift in parental commitment.

When I grew up my dad and mom loved me and raised me right. They gave me the foundation for a successful life. But their lives did not revolve around me or my sister. I’ve told my boys many times how little they attended my games even though I was a three-sport athlete. They can’t believe that my folks hardly ever showed up for any of my games over many years of athletics. Today that would hardly ever happen.

Now parents are much more involved and this is good. But the marriage can become all about the kids. Their activities, their needs, and their wants are the center of the family. Mom and dad put their needs second to the children.

When parents put the kids before their marriage it leads to problems. A wife could simply not feel the same need for connection with her husband because of all her focus on the kids. A husband could spend so much time with the children that combined with his other responsibilities he is too tired for sex.

In a couple-centered marriage, a husband and wife put the marriage first. They recognize the obvious, the marriage existed before the children arrived and will exist after the children grow up and leave.

A couple loves and cares for their children. They meet their needs and some of their wants. They support the kids in various activities. But they do not sacrifice their marriage for the children. When a choice must be made they choose to put the marriage above the children.

And those decisions will come. Will we go out on a date night or chaperone the kids to one of their endless activities? Will we take a weekend away or will we stay home so we don’t miss even one of their games? Will we send the kids to bed and close our bedroom door or will we leave the door open and allow them to invade our privacy?

When parents put the kids before their marriage it leads to problems. A wife could simply not feel the same need for connection with her husband because of all her focus on the kids. A husband could spend so much time with the children that combined with his other responsibilities he is too tired for sex.

In the hectic nature of today’s family life, the key to sexual intimacy may be planning. When busy parents set a date for lovemaking they can look forward to their time together.

God invented sex. His desire is for married couples to enjoy it. A marriage without sex is not a true marriage.

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Children are a blessing from God. They need to be parented well. But parenting can never come at the expense of the marriage.

There is a better way. Put your marriage first.

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