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  • Heather Day

    What Facebook Isn't Telling You

    Blog | Heather Day | October 22, 2015

    I don’t mean to brag, but my Facebook friends are smarter than yours.

    They read interesting books, have witty observations about life, and give their time, resources and energy to the most important causes.  Come to think of it, they like and do all of the things that I admire. 

    Because if they didn’t, I’d simply unfollow them.

  • Phyllis

    Called and Free

    Blog | Phyllis Hennecy Hendry | September 30, 2015

    In his classic book, Ordering Your Private World, Gordon McDonald identifies a helpful distinction. He says there are two types of people in the world: driven people and called people.

  • Discovering Real Contentment

    Blog | Robert and Lori Ferguson | September 10, 2015

    We live surrounded by abundance – in goods, services, luxury, ease, and opportunities. Perhaps we don’t own everything we want, but it’s definitely there to view and covet. Regardless of what is available, are we content with what we have?

    Contentment can be defined as peaceful satisfaction.

    Where does this peaceful satisfaction come from, when we live in a world that’s always striving for more?

    Contentment begins in a pure heart that exalts God only.

  • Phyllis

    Back to the Basics

    Blog | Phyllis Hennecy Hendry | September 02, 2015

     

    As we round the corner from summer into fall, vacations are behind us and school is back in session. It’s time to get back to the basics.

    My father, who spent most of his life working bi-vocationally – as a supervisor in construction projects and also pastoring – was a master at reminding me of what was most important.

  • We Are Accountable to God

    Blog | August 27, 2015

    Timothy McVeigh, the man convicted of the 1995 bombing that killed 168 people at a federal office building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, wrote these words before his 2001 execution: “I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul.”

    McVeigh was sadly mistaken. Like everyone on earth, he was accountable to God. In Ezekiel 18:4 the Lord said, “all souls are Mine,” and in verse 20 He added, “The soul who sins shall die.”

  • Heather Day

    When Being Right is Wrong

    Blog | Heather Day | August 20, 2015

    There the cursor blinked at me, its steady beat mimicking the pounding of my heart. To send or not to send… That was the question.

    Earlier that morning, I’d received a scathing email pointing out a handful of mistakes I’d made on a recent project – nothing major, but embarrassing blunders nonetheless.

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