A paycheck. We expect one when we show up at work. The hours we devote to our employer, well, we expect something back. We do this for you, we say. Now, it’s your turn to do something for ...

Plant a seed in the ground, and it grows. How hard is that? In nature, we don’t even need to put in that much work. If a weed comes up in our yard, soon we have a hundred, and we weren’t ...

An old mantra was the need to “find ourselves.” That meant to discard the things important to other people and decide what made us “tick.” Like an old fashion windup clock. Tick, tick. ...

So, you want to skydive. Who do you search out for instructions? The kid down the street who did it once on a video game? Is that the expert you want to entrust your life to? How about someone ...

In the book Cooking as Life, the author tells the story of his grandmother. Annie rarely had money, but in the Arkansas hills, she usually had food for her generous cooking pot, whether gathered ...

There are some things that seem to trip us up every time. That cinnamon roll on the break room table. Mary brings them every Tuesday, and we can’t resist taking one. Or the shoe store’s ...

Where has life let you down? Has a relationship not panned out? Are house repairs swamping your financial ship? Perhaps you are realizing retirement might never be an option. Or maybe it’s ...

Let’s open with a definition of honor. Merriam-Webster tells us honor is having a good name. Essentially, people hold us in high regard. They give us value and worth because of how we’ve ...

Imagine this scene from a thousand years ago. A group of travelers chooses to strike out from their shores in wooden ships. They have no idea what lies across the water, just that adventure draws ...

The Bible tells us we serve an unknowable God. That means that his mind is too great, too vast, too incomprehensible for us to get our heads around. When we think we have God all figured out, we ...

How do you picture success? A cushy job? Maybe to retire early? Or are you a politico-type, holding on to power until your gray head and blurry eyes force you from office? You’ve made your mark ...

Responsibility. That’s a big word, both in letters and in meaning. Merriam-Webster says it means moral, legal, or mental accountability. Accountability is an obligation or willingness to ...

A lawyer is a lawyer. Except when his credentials are fake. In the 1980s, the youth pastor of a church in Fort Worth, Texas, hosted a young man from Brussels, Belgium, to live and work in the ...

A paycheck. We expect one when we show up at work. The hours we devote to our employer, well, we expect something back. We do this for you, we say. Now, it’s your turn to do something for ...

Plant a seed in the ground, and it grows. How hard is that? In nature, we don’t even need to put in that much work. If a weed comes up in our yard, soon we have a hundred, and we weren’t ...

An old mantra was the need to “find ourselves.” That meant to discard the things important to other people and decide what made us “tick.” Like an old fashion windup clock. Tick, tick. ...

So, you want to skydive. Who do you search out for instructions? The kid down the street who did it once on a video game? Is that the expert you want to entrust your life to? How about someone ...

In the book Cooking as Life, the author tells the story of his grandmother. Annie rarely had money, but in the Arkansas hills, she usually had food for her generous cooking pot, whether gathered ...

There are some things that seem to trip us up every time. That cinnamon roll on the break room table. Mary brings them every Tuesday, and we can’t resist taking one. Or the shoe store’s ...

Where has life let you down? Has a relationship not panned out? Are house repairs swamping your financial ship? Perhaps you are realizing retirement might never be an option. Or maybe it’s ...
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