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The Workplace – And The Sabbath

December 11, 2017 – Jim Mathis   Many of us struggle with not having enough time to get things done at work. Some employers expect us to be on call 24 hours a day. Self-employed people have an even greater challenge in being able to get away from their work for a few days, or even […]

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Ethiopia Is An Outlier In The Christian Orthodox World

December 6, 2017 –  Ethiopia has the largest Orthodox Christian population outside Europe, and, by many measures, Orthodox Ethiopians have much higher levels of religious commitment than do Orthodox Christians in the faith’s heartland of Central and Eastern Europe. The country in the Horn of Africa has 36 million Orthodox Christians, the world’s second-largest Orthodox population […]

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The Gift Of A Teachable Spirit

December 4, 2017 – Rick Boxx   My friend, Larry, was being interviewed for a position to run the operations of a large, privately held, family business. The owners said they also wanted him to mentor the CEO’s son, with the intent that the young man would one day preside over the corporation. During the interview, […]

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Advent: Jesus Is Coming, And This Time It’s Different

December 3, 2017 – John Stonestreet   TV commercials, radio stations, and shopping malls are all proclaiming that it’s the Christmas season! But actually, it isn’t. Last Sunday in churches all around the world the Gospel reading was Matthew 25: 31-46. The passage opens with words that should make our hearts soar, or, perhaps, shiver with […]

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Working With People When It Is Difficult

November 27, 2017 – Mike Reading   Most of us spend more time at work than we do any other place. There we must interact with people to get tasks done, support coworkers, satisfy customers, and make contributions toward reaching organizational goals. Not all people, however, are easy to work with. Yet Jesus Christ tells us […]

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Motivation – And Thankfulness

November 20, 2017 – Robert J. Tamasy   When was the last time you heard a motivational talk? How did you react to it? Did it fill you with enthusiasm and inspiration? Did you find yourself filled with adrenalin, ready to take on the world? Years ago, I was invited to attend a multi-level sales meeting […]

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The Challenge Of Knowing When To Evacuate

November 13, 2017 – Jim Mathis   It is hard not to be moved emotionally when hearing and seeing reports of catastrophic flooding, whether it be on the Texas Gulf coast or Florida in the United States, as we have seen in recent months, in Italy, Indonesia, or India. Images we see of homes destroyed and […]

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Orthodox Christianity In The 21st Century

November 10, 2017 – Over the last century, the Orthodox Christian population around the world has more than doubled and now stands at nearly 260 million. Yet despite this increase in absolute number, Orthodox Christians – who remain concentrated in Europe – have been declining as a share of the overall Christian population and the […]

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Restrain Your Lips – You Might Be Rewarded

November 6, 2017 – Rick Boxx  There is an old American saying, “Loose lips sink ships.” A British equivalent, “Careless talk costs lives,” carried the same meaning – to beware of unguarded talk. These slogans during World War II were used to warn against discussing ship movements or unintentionally leaking vital information to spies. No […]

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