Monthly Archives: May 2014

Make your bed – life lessons from SEAL training

U.S. Navy admiral and University of Texas, Austin, alumnus William H. McRaven returned to his alma mater last week to give seniors 10 lessons from basic SEAL training when he spoke at the school’s commencement.  Admiral McRaven is commander of the … Continue reading

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Truth seeps out

The following is an article by Matt Walker, who writes for Battle for Truth. I appreciate Walker’s observation that within comments which were intended to convey a different message, a powerful message, paradoxically as Walker points out, has emerged.  The … Continue reading

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In Leadership which comes first – Mission or People?

Geoff Surratt is one of my favorite Christian leaders and writers.  When he says something it is always worth paying attention.  I found the following post from his Inner Revolution.com Blog to be particularly interesting and enlightening.  Perhaps you’ll enjoy … Continue reading

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“Free Speech Zone” yes — but at a price.

No need for me to mention the current kerfuffle over offensive speech.  You can’t visit any form of media without hearing someone’s opinion about all that is going wrong with our country.  Liberal and conservative sources don’t like it and … Continue reading

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Forward

The following is a poem Mom wrote as the forward to her third and final book of poems which she titled Grace And Glory.  I believe the title, “Forward,” is very appropriate in that it describes it’s “forwarding” function in … Continue reading

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Civility in Contentious Issues

There is no hotter topic these days than that of gay marriage.  Even secular society is concerned with it and you certainly don’t have to be “religious” to have very strong opinions about it one way or another.  And, of … Continue reading

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A Fresh Take on Christian Apologetics

Before I knew that such a thing as apologetics existed I believed in God.  No one had to tell me of His existence because He told me Himself.  Then at church and Sunday school I started learning more about Him, … Continue reading

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