Monthly Archives: January 2014

Chopping Through Obstacles

If you work with students or if you are a parent or if you are a parent who works with students or if you are some hybrid of any of these combinations, this may prove useful. One of the few … Continue reading

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MLK vs Gandhi: The Path of Bonhoeffer

Martin Luther King, Jr and Mahatma Gandhi stand as shining examples of the power of non-violent resistance  to overcome profound injustice.  The similarities in method between the two have oft been noted, as has the one’s  influence on the other.  … Continue reading

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Youth and Age

Whereas Paul encouraged Timothy not to let anyone look down upon his youth (1 Timothy 4:12), it would seem that were he writing today he would have to warn against anyone despising agedness.  I believe our Christian institutions should be committed to … Continue reading

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Cut Some Slack

I once heard this in a sermon:  “We tend to judge ourselves by our intentions, our friends by their deeds, and our rivals by their mistakes.”  I certainly know that is true for me.  I am quick to cut myself … Continue reading

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