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Foundation of LOVE

Our culture seems to champion a false notion of love. Tolerance and diversity are its defining features. Meanwhile, the truth is generally held in high suspicion—if not treated with outright contempt. For as much as the Apostle John was known for his use of the word “love,” he was equally concerned with the substance of…

Family Contentment

The story is told of a rich industrialist who was disturbed to find a fisherman sitting lazily beside his boat. “Why aren’t you out there fishing?” he asked. “Because I’ve caught enough fish for today,” said the fisherman. “Why don’t you catch more fish than you need?’ the rich man asked. “What would I do…

The foundation of Strong Communication

George Bernard Shaw once said,The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. Communication is such a part of who we are today yet so much of it fails to reach its mark. In 2010 107 trillion emails were sent and 89.1% of them were spam. To complicate matters the…

The Foundation of INTEGRITY.

An American Vice President was once quoted as saying, “America’s greatest strength is not the example of our power but the power of our example.” The simple wordplay actually illustrates a profound truth that goes beyond the question of foreign policy. It’s the difference between coercion and attraction, between dragging and leading. A leader can…

The Foundation of Influence.

A little boy forgot his lines in a Sunday school presentation. His mother was in the front row to prompt him. She gestured and formed the words silently with her lips, but it did not help. Her son’s memory was blank. Finally, she leaned forward and whispered the cue, “I am the light of the…

AIM

Imagine what the game of bowling would be like if you couldn’t see the pins you were trying to hit. In 1933, Bill Knox did just that, and bowled a perfect game. In Philadelphia’s Olney Alleys, Bill had a screen placed just above the fowl line to obscure his view of the lane. His purpose…

The Power to Overcome

In the 1920s, when Ernest Hemingway was working hard to perfect his craft, he lost a suitcase containing all his manuscripts. The devastated Hemingway couldn’t conceive of re-doing his work. He could think only of the months he’d devoted to his arduous writing which was all for nothing, he was now convinced. Awhile later he lamented his loss to the poet Ezra Pound, Pound’s perspective was somewhat different he called it a stroke of…

A Clean Fight in a Dirty World.

Every generation takes its turn living on the seismic fault-line where past and present meet together. When cultural pressure builds high enough the foundations of society begin to shake, and it seems that the upheaval between old and new has never been so fast and violent as it is today. Change is the order of…

From Jude With Love!

John Phillips once told the story of a young Indian brave in New Mexico that fell in love with a young girl.This created a problem since she lived on the other side of the reservation and the distance between them was significant. In order to communicate with each other, they revived the ancient tradition of…

Follow Me

Just before Jesus left this earth, He had a serious conversation with Simon Peterabout how to care for the Church that would follow.Although Peter wouldn’t have known at the time exactly what Jesus was talking about, there Is little question in my mind that this conversation changed Peter’s perspective forever. Three times Jesus asked Peter,…