Here I am. I mean, here I really am. I finally found myself. I’ve been trying to figure out where I’ve been and for how long I’ve been checked out, but it’s impossible to say. I’m quite certain I’ll never know and that’s okay. I’m here now and I’m here to stay! Let me explain.

I had a very intense conversation with a new friend of mine today. I listened carefully to what he had to say about many different subjects, all the while noticing his passion as he shared his concerns and the possible solutions to combat the challenges he was currently facing. After we parted ways, I spent even more time alone contemplating his affairs and how I might be of some assistance should he ask the next time we meet to discuss some of these same issues. As my mind continued to reassess our meeting, I was surprised to find I was recalling unnecessary details; the number of times he refilled his coffee cup, the different people he said hello to, etc…. The point, I was fully engaged in all aspects of the meeting, while it took place and long after it was over. Even more, I am completely prepared to listen and looking forward being of help to him in our next encounter! Here I am!! How do I know I’ve been gone? Because I am now so intensely present.

This new attention and focus to family concerns has made me a better husband and father for sure. With my congregation, a better pastor, a better counselor. Not because of any newly acquired gifts, but simply because I am completely present and focused in the moment.

So why? What’s changed? What am I doing different that would bring about such an awareness of my surroundings and such compassion to engage so fully with others around me? I pray everyday, but I always have; it’s not my prayer life that’s made the difference. Spiritual disciplines consume a big portion of my life but it’s not obedience to my spiritual disciplines that have contributed to this radical change of engagement. In fact, I am more engaged with God in prayer and study because of the change! My diet is normal, my exercise routine is the same, so what is it? How did I come to be so astute? Here I am! Why? Well, I do know the answer and that’s why I’m sharing this story with you today. I want everyone I know and everyone I don’t know yet to have access to this breakthrough information! So here it is.

Thirty days ago I began taking a supplement, yes a supplement, that has given me the ability to once again retain information, the desire to want to fully engage in relationships, the energy to have patience in difficult circumstances, and the clarity and focus needed to be effective to the needs around me. My mind has been reactivated! Not renewed, that’s a spiritual work, but reactivated, the work of a God-given supplement! It is a truly remarkable change for me and I very much want this to be your story as well. So, ask yourself the following questions.

Jim Bringman

Do you struggle with retention? Does the thought of just having a conversation with someone exhaust you? DO YOU FEEL YOU’RE MISSING OUT ON THE IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE? If like me, you’re struggling in some of the ways I just shared, you might want to join me here. Seriously, take a few minutes to watch and listen as Dr. Jensen shares in detail the reasons why this supplement is so effective. Sit back and enjoy the prospect of reclaiming a fully engaged mind. The mind you’ve always had but misplaced along the way. Here I am. Where are you? Let’s be here together!

Jim

 

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JB

I am the current Pastor at New Hope Church in Decatur, Indiana. My wife, Linda and I have been married for 29 years, raised four children, and now enjoy three grandsons with a grandaughter on the way!
I am also a distributor for LifeVantage.
I received my business degree at William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa. I then received my MA in Applied Theology at the Baptist Bible College and Seminary in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania.
I love horses, bowling, golfing, and serving people where and whenever I can!

2 Comments

Travis · September 17, 2017 at 9:21 pm

Jim,

I spent some time on your site and thoroughly read your Blog…..your message…and your vision. I enjoyed the read…truly.

I hope this is the beginning of a path we walk together a long time.

Respectfully,

TA

    JB · September 17, 2017 at 10:09 pm

    Hi Travis –
    Thanks for your kind words!
    Your approval means a lot to me.

    Sincerely,
    JB

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