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ThanksLiving

May this week of Thanksgiving—lead us to Live a Life of ThanksLiving! In 1636, amid the darkness of the Thirty Years’ War, German pastor, Martin Rinkart, is said to have buried 5,000 of his parishioners in one year, an average of fifteen a day. His parish was ravaged by war, death, and economic disaster. In…

Leadership learned the hard way

4 Random Leadership Principles Learned the Hard Way Don’t make solo decisions involving people.  Bottom line: Rarely make decisions alone, which impact people in major way. Little things can be big things.  Bottom line: Don’t ignore the little things. They matter. Healthy change requires a healthy team. Bottom line: If you need to make major…

Life Balance or Life Integration?

  So many people are searching/striving for Life Balance. Matthew Kelly author of OFF BALANCE, states life balance is a myth. What people desire is Life Satisfaction–not balance. “So what is it that people need and want? People need and want a satisfying experience of life. Over the past three years I have asked 10,000 people,…

JOY

One the themes of Christmas is JOY For a number of years, I have read, on & off, a devotional introduced to me by John Bigalke: Champagne for the Soul Rediscovering God’s gift of Joy, by Mike Mason. Today’s reading: COMPLETE JOY I have told you this so that my joy may be in you…