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Living My Faith

Plan and pray

So—when you want to accomplish something significant, is it important to plan or pray? The answer, once again, is Yes. It’s another of the…

Living My Faith

Recognition blues

It’s nice when your efforts are noticed, isn’t it? It’s nice to be appreciated, nice to be thanked, nice to be recognized publicly. One…

Living My Faith

Be Mindful Through Resting

God wants you to take time to rest.

Living My Faith

When leaders go first, people will follow

Five friends are wasting time trying to decide where to have lunch. One wants speed, one wants ambience, one wants a particular cuisine, yada…

Friends & Family

Appreciate your workers

Company managers will often say things like, “Our employees are our greatest assets,” but the rank and file don’t always feel the love. An…

Who is God?

The masks of God

Is God working in your life right now? Are you able to sense his presence and see all the ways he’s active in blessing…

Social Issues

Whose ethics?

It’s interesting to see how often business conferences will have serious workshops and keynote addresses on the topic of business ethics. Left unsaid is…

Living My Faith

Leaders accept responsibility

Anyone can blame somebody else for what’s wrong. It takes a leader to accept responsibility for the misdeeds of the group. Nehemiah was a…

Life’s Challenges

Revelation benediction #2: Blessed dead

In the circles in which I move, nobody much envies dead people. “Poor Benny,” they say. “He was sick for so long.” “Poor Louise….

Friends & Family

His eyes are on the workplace

Where does worship happen? Well, in church, of course. In your home, when you sing and pray together. In your quiet place, when you…

Living My Faith

Work isn’t a four-letter word

A teacher, a nurse, a lender, and a welder. This isn’t the punch line to a joke. These are the occupations of my children….

Friends & Family

An ode to the guy from the bathroom

I wish you would’ve met Charles. I assumed it was going to be a normal airport bathroom stop, squeezing my carry-on into the stall…