I suppose we should not be surprised that the Covid advice and explanations of government, medical and other “experts” have often been unreliable. Our “experts” try their best with much […]
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How would you define “greatness”? Or to put it another way, what would it require to achieve true greatness in the business and professional world? Some would connect greatness with […]
As we wait for the end of the Covid threat; as vaccinations and herd immunity begin to impact the numbers of infected and sick among us, we can finally begin […]
One of my favorite books in the Bible is the book of Proverbs, and one verse always stands out for me: “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Proverbs […]
Some countries are beginning to see early signs of progress in defeating Covid 19. The miraculous swift development of vaccinations will likely prove to be the turning point in this […]
Some people like to dream. “If only I had the opportunity to show what I could do!” Others talk about what they will accomplish when “their ship comes in.” We […]
Francis Schaeffer described how ideas escape the ivory towers of universities and think tanks eventually to shape how ordinary people think, speak, and view their world. In 2020, one idea […]
The conditions of Covid have brought much fear and uncertainty to the people around us; some suffer deep pain from the loss of a loved one, the security of work […]
One of the more memorable lines written by C. S. Lewis has to do with whether or not a sense of morality is innate to human beings. “Whenever you find […]
Observing my 72nd birthday several months ago caused me to pause for some reflection: I have seen the earth make 72 laps around the sun. Seventy-two years ago, I did […]
The more 2021 resembles 2020, the more Christians should be grounded in those unchanging truths given us in Scripture. We must rest on those revelations that make sense of our […]
The effects of Covid are not clear and evident. By this I mean that we are more impacted by the fears, concerns and anxieties of the people we meet, live […]
In the esteemed magazine of years past, the Saturday Evening Post, Alexander Winton, who was the first automobile manufacturer, wrote about his experiences of being ridiculed in the 1890s. Winton […]
The damage, sickness, suffering and even death from Covid and its impact on the economy make us face some stark truths about life; truths we would rather not have to […]
Many years ago I toured a meat packing facility. After seeing for the first time how hotdogs were made, it was more than a year before I could eat another […]
Despite a year-long battle to prevent infections and vaccinate populations, the virus is mutating into new strains with higher infection rates. Most of us hoped by this time that Covid […]
As we continue to deal with the repercussions of the global COVID-19 pandemic, our work – and how we perceive it – has been dramatically affected. Many of us, if […]
“Worthy are you (Jesus) to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and […]
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