Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Thought Train

Have you ever said, “Wow, what was I thinking?” You know the routine. You’re in the middle of a personal rock slide or organizational crash and wonder, “How’d I get here?” Well, since transporters only exist in science fiction, we … Continue reading

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When Jesus asks, “What do you wish?”

Describing my heart’s desire has changed over the years. As a kid it revolved around my dirt bike, baseball, or adventure. As a young adult, it shifted to marriage, family and career. Studying Matthew 20 recently prompted a fresh look … Continue reading

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Divorcing “Gay” from “Marriage”

Kirk Cameron is drawing fierce criticism for his statements concerning “Gay Marriage” during a Piers Morgan interview on CNN. He said, “Marriage was defined by God a long time ago…and it was defined in the garden between Adam and Eve.” … Continue reading

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The Christian SWOT Diagram

The original S-W-O-T analysis has been used for years by organizations to identify Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Credited to Albert Humphrey, it’s a great tool for assessment and planning. As followers of Christ, we can personally benefit too from identifying … Continue reading

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