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Create a Climate for Growth
April 21, 2010

Create a Climate For Growth
Salt & Light Volume III, Issue 11 by D. Scott Prindle

"...having been born again, not of corruptible seed but incorruptible, through the word of God which lives and abides forever... " (1 Peter 1:23 NKJV)


Here in the Teton Mountains spring has finally arrived. Last week there was snow covering our lawn.

Its retreat this week reveals that voles reproduced exponentially all winter.

They ate a good part of the acre of our lawn which looks like a giant maze of tunnels. The good news is that our foster cat is having a great time being a... cat.

Climate For Growth
Spring also reminds us that with the right climate, things emerge from dormancy and begin to grow again.

How is your "climate" these days? Is it right for growth of the incorruptible seed God has put in you?

Here are 3 things you can do to create a climate for growth:

  1. Water your seed with the Living Water... Be filled with the Holy Spirit.
  2. Shine Light on your seed with the Word of God... a Lamp unto your feet.
  3. Fertilize your seed with prayer... fellowship with God.
Be Fruitful
Spring is a great time to evaluate what you can do to move your business forward. Let your seed emerge from dormancy to bear fruit in your life and business.

As you give your seed the right climate to flourish, you will uncover ways to multiply your efforts and produce abundance. Your fruitfulness will benefit those who have been through lean times and are ready for nourishment.

Laurie and I will be traveling on a two week business trip. We'll be in Bosie, Idaho; Carmel and Fresno, California; and Mansfield, Ohio.

If you're anywhere near these cities give us a call. We'd love to meet up with you. Until then... emerge!

scott & laurie prindle
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Scott & Laurie Prindle

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