Craig D. Lounsbrough

  • To be careless in making decisions is to naively believe that a single decision impacts nothing more than that single decision, for a single decision can spawn a thousand others that were entirely unnecessary or it can bring peace to a thousand places we never knew existed

    Craig D. Lounsbrough
  • Am I a storm-waster? For it is within the fury of the very storms within which I cower that I find resources for my growth that are entirely absent on calmer days

    Craig D. Lounsbrough
  • To destroy that which seeks to destroy me, God invites me to stand against it until it stands down and then falls down

    Craig D. Lounsbrough
  • Judging others is too often escapism dressed in the garb of righteous indignation, whereby I dutifully point out in others that which I probably should be pointing out in myself

    Craig D. Lounsbrough
  • Self-serving biases and self-centered agendas are cotton jammed in the ears of our conscience. Even if truth shouts, we can’t hear it

    Craig D. Lounsbrough
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