Monthly Archives: December 2006

New Resolve for the New Year

It’s almost the beginning of another year – 2007 Anno Domini, in the year of our Lord – and as I do every year around this time, I have been thinking about what I’d like to accomplish during the next … Continue reading

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Is The Pursuit of Happyness really part of the American dream?

I went and saw the new Will Smith movie last night called “The Pursuit of Happyness” .It’s a great story about a man, played by Smith, who is part of the working poor in America. He is a salesman trying … Continue reading

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Turning on the light in a dark world

The world is filled with lost and dying souls. But you won’t just find them in the usual and expected places – like the dark, mean streets of our cities or some distant, unexplored jungles, or tropical, remote islands. If … Continue reading

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Tightrope walking

If we want to give gifts that last, how about one that spans eternity? However, the discussion that begins with the question “Got God?” is often elusive. Sharing your faith is something that should come natural – but it is … Continue reading

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Embedded in the workplace

During the Iraq Gulf War, reporters were granted a unique, first hand glimpse of the battle. During the “shock and awe” of the initial raid in Iraq and march toward Bagdad, television was never so honest. This was reality TV. … Continue reading

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God vs. Man at Christmas – Keeping score of our cultural wins and losses

For our family vacation this Christmas we packed up the clan and loaded up the car with what seemed like all our belongings and headed south to Los Angeles for a week long excursion. (When you have a family full … Continue reading

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Actions first, then talk

Being a workplace Red Letter Believer isn’t always about the proclamation. We have all seen the those who stand on the pedestal and shout their faith without any regard to how their actions relate. How many of these vocal beleivers … Continue reading

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