Monthly Archives: May 2016

Trains, Churches, and Leaders

I haven’t ever taken the train anywhere. I want to, but as yet I’ve never put a train trip together. As I talk to others, most are like me, or if they have traveled by train, it was a onetime … Continue reading

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Leadership: King David & the Prodigal Son

When we read the parable of the prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32), we instantly see how self-seeking and selfish that young man was. We also often empathize with the older son who stayed faithful, and would end up splitting his own … Continue reading

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Godly Unity

This Sunday, May 15th will be Terri’s and my 40th anniversary. What’s great about our marriage is what makes many corporations, churches and denominations strong. Terri and I have never fought! We find ourselves having the same ideas and goals on every matter. … Continue reading

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