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The Circle Maker

When you dream big, pray hard, and think long, there is nothing God cannot do Continue reading

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Art Briles Symbolizes the Loss of Innocence for College Athletics

The loss of Art Briles symbolizes a much bigger loss – a recognition of the loss of innocence for college athletics. Continue reading

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We Are a Treasure Bearer

Imagine with me for a moment that you were on a trek deep in the mist-veiled Llanganates mountain range between the Andes and the Amazon.  You have heard the stories of this lost treasure of Inca gold and on your … Continue reading

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Theology in Manufacturing

Manufacturing requires and exercises the characteristics uniquely created by God in man and gives us the privilege to reflect His glory back to Him through our achievement. Continue reading

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Big Sky Backpacking

One of the great privileges a father has is to give his blessing to his son or daughter. To memorialize the fact that your love for them is beyond circumstances or performance. To celebrate their practice of making good choices that follow the values that you have taught and modeled for them. Continue reading

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Boaz Demonstrates How to Develop High Performance Companies Through Culture, Leadership and Management

The story tells us that Boaz was a man of great wealth and owned the field they were harvesting. He could have been at the house and let the servants do the work, but he was in the fields with the workers. He could have called his field supervisors to his office and give them instruction, but he went out to the field where the work was being done. Continue reading

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Congratulations to Drew Applegate for Completing the Galveston 70.3 Ironman

I have enjoyed training and participating in triathalons for many years and enjoy the challenge and the satisfaction in conquering something that seems too big to accomplish.  I believe endurance is developed by pushing on when everything tells you to … Continue reading

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Jesus is Calling Your “NAME!”: Replacing Chaos with Truth in the Midst of Life’s Trainwreck

Replacing anxiety and uncertainty with truth and hope Continue reading

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Training Your Child to Make Good Choices

It has been said that we are all just 2 bad choices away from disaster. Think about it. You might receive forgiveness or be able to rebound from one bad choice, but two bad choices will almost seal your doom. Our job as a parent involves training our children to make good choices so that when they are not with us or when they are adults they will make good choices. Continue reading

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Our Life Is Our Ministry – Considerations For Workplace Ministry, Part IV

I am going to share a few illustrations from my own experience in hopes that it may give you practical examples of how you can demonstrate characteristics of a Christ follower in the places you work. Keep in mind that there is not one “right” way to live our your Christian faith in the workplace Continue reading

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