Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Father’s Love

In the movie Gladiator, set in the second century A.D., the hero is a warrior from Spain called Maximus. He is the commander of the Roman armies, a general loved by his men and by the aging emperor Marcus Aurelius. … Continue reading

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5 Steps to a Healthier You

Nothing is more wanted than good health, especially when you don’t have it. Health is never one dimensional. Health is the overall soundness of body and mind and spirit. To reduce health to merely physical well-being is to dissociate the … Continue reading

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You Should Be A Liberal . . .

When it comes to giving, liberalism ought to characterize the follower of Jesus. Christianity is a religion of giving. Christians are givers. Why? God is a giver. God has given us victory, peace, hope, life, wisdom, knowledge, understanding, strength, health, … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Make Love

Love involves the ability to see clearly and keep on loving. Love, the verb, not love, the noun, provides the staying power of any relationship. Love must be practiced every day. Here are six ways to love your spouse. Listen. … Continue reading

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Defining Moments

My book, Defining Moments: How God Shapes Our Character Through Crisis, takes a fresh look at the hard times that God uses to shape our character. This book offers you hope. God can be found in your crisis. He can turn your … Continue reading

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4 Things Ants Teach about Work

A startlingly contrast exists between the sluggard and the ant. Sluggards epitomize the lazy. An ant, by contrast, works because that’s what ants do. No one has to watch over him to make sure he is doing his job. He … Continue reading

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4 Marks of a Good Name

In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Juliet speaks to herself and says, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet” (act 2, scene 2, lines 43–44). By definition your … Continue reading

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The Power of a Team

General Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, lead a coalition of troops in one of the greatest gambles of military history. In a twenty-four hour period, June 6, 1944, the air forces had flown 10,500 sorties, 23,000 airborne … Continue reading

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