By Robert J. Tamasy
Many of us spend 40 hours or more at work, whether in a traditional office, traveling from city to city, or increasingly, from our homes. The home office,…
By Luis Cervino
As business and professional people, executives and entrepreneurs, every day we deal with employees. We hire them, give them job descriptions and responsibilities,…
By Rick Boxx
One of the challenges of being a follower of Christ in the marketplace is understanding how to integrate our faith effectively into what we do. In his…
By Robert J. Tamasy
Over the years, I have had the privilege of meeting many unforgettable men and women of God, often through CBMC. One of these was Robert D. Foster, who…
By Jim Mathis
In the 21st century, America holds a dubious distinction: It has become known for generating the most lawsuits of any society ever. This is evident by…
By Robert J. Tamasy
Years ago, I had the privilege of co-authoring a book with a friend, Ken Johnson, based on his experiences of raising sheep near his rural home. The Bible…
By Jim Langley
Have you noticed how easy it is to focus on the trials and tribulations that surround us these days? Many have lost touch with reality as they sadly deal…
By Rick Boxx
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…
By Stephen R. Graves
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”…
By Robert J. Tamasy
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…
By Jim Mathis
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…
By Rick Boxx
In the esteemed magazine of years past, the Saturday Evening Post, Alexander Winton, who was the first automobile manufacturer, wrote about his experiences…
By Ken Korkow
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…
By Robert J. Tamasy
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.…
By Jim Mathis
A few weeks ago, the pastor of our church asked us to write down one word that described our current emotional state. I wrote “content.” Not that I…
By Rick Boxx
If you have ever watched a TV wildlife documentary that shows a lion hunting its prey, you will recognize the lion’s common practice: Finding the slowest…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Charles Dickens, in his classic novel, The Tale of Two Cities, opened with the declaration, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Over the centuries, countless billions of words have been spoken and written about Christmas. Some commentators still engage in discussions about “the…

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