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Know The Truth, Know The Culture

April 27, 2017 – John Stonestreet   Acquiring the Tools of a Christian Worldview    You’re a Christian. You sense God has more for you. You want to go deeper. You want to make a difference. I meet folks all the time who sense that things have changed. What Francis Schaeffer and Chuck Colson once […]

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April 24 MM
Ambition, Egos And Leadership

April 24, 2017 – Robert J. Tamasy   These days we seem to assume that ambition, inflated egos and leadership go together like a yolk, egg white and shell go together to comprise a fresh egg. Leaders want desperately to advance their organizations and themselves, so strong, even overbearing egos appear necessary if their ambitions are […]

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CBMC Japan

March 24-29, Emily and Jim Firnstahl traveled to Tokyo, Japan for the 17th National Prayer Dinner; where over 500 people attended. This was their third time to attend this event which is an important gathering for the faithful believers in Japan. It is one of the largest annual events of God’s people and includes prominent business, […]

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April 17 MM
‘Cowboy Logic’ About Calves – And People

April 17, 2017 – Ken Korkow   Even though I have spent many years in the business world, some of my greatest, most profound lessons about life – and work – have come from my time as a “cowboy,” spent on a family ranch in South Dakota, U.S.A. For instance, I have learned a lot about […]

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Jesus, the Last Adam

April 13, 2017 – John Stonestreet   What do the first man and Jesus Christ have in common? The writers of the New Testament tell an exciting story for you, and for the whole world. Sally Lloyd-Jones’s “Jesus Storybook Bible” is a favorite in my house for a lot of reasons. But the best part may […]

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April 10 MM
Success And Self-Control

April 10, 2017 – Robert J. Tamasy   “At no time is self-control more difficult than in times of success.” I do not know the originator of this unattributed quote, but it seems to carry a lot of wisdom. Success has an annoying habit of feeding egos, puffing up those who succeed with pride and overconfidence. […]

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How To Reach Your Secular Neighbor

April 5, 2017 – Eric Metaxas   Ever wondered why secular people aren’t interested in God? Maybe we’ve never given them a reason to be. When it comes to sharing Jesus Christ with the growing numbers of religious “nones” in America—that is, those who answer “none” when asked to describe their religious beliefs or affiliations—there’s no […]

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From Failure To A Five-Star Review

April 3, 2017 – Rick Boxx   Matt’s chest tightened as he listened to the voicemail from Roger, an unsatisfied client. What he was hearing was something no businessperson wants to hear: “Matt, we will not be needing your services any longer. Your company dropped the ball on this project.” Initially, his reaction ranged from disappointment […]

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Who Will Remember Your Name?

March 27, 2017 – Robert J. Tamasy    Patrick Morley, who wrote the best-selling book, The Man in the Mirror, and became a pioneer in the Christian men’s movement a few decades ago, is an astute observer of humankind. Recently he began a blog post by reflecting on “an enormously successful businessman and iconic philanthropist” […]

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Christians Don’t Retire From Kingdom Work

March 22, 2017 – John Stonestreet   Staying In The Game At Any Stage Of Life!  Narrowly escaping the jaws of a large reptile might get you thinking about your life. But you don’t have to wait ‘til then to make important changes. C. S. Lewis wrote that pain is God’s megaphone—something He uses when […]

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