Category Archives: Proverbs

Unfulfilled Longings: A 36 Pontiac and Proverbs 13:12

Several years ago I had a chance to spend a morning with my Grandfather and I learned something about him that I had not known before.  I don’t remember how it came up, but while we were sitting in the hospital … Continue reading

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$394,258.28 Advice for Everyone: Prioritize and Finish

In leadership and management literature there is a frequently cited anecdote involving two giants of the early twentieth century.  In 1918, Charles Schwab, then the CEO of Bethlehem Steel, had a fifteen minute long meeting with Ivy Lee, a productivity … Continue reading

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Solomon’s Uncertainty Principle

In quantum mechanics, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle describes one small sense in which we as humans cannot know everything.  We cannot, with equal precision, know both the position and the speed of an object in motion.  There are, however, other principles of … Continue reading

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A Kind Word

From time to time we all struggle with anxiety.  By anxiety I don’t just mean the clinical diagnosis as defined by the American Medical Association.  I mean the everyday anxiety, the fears and cares that give us heavy hearts when … Continue reading

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No More Costume Parties!

This month churches all across America will have costume parties for kids. Whether they are called “Fall Harvest Festivals” or “Reformation Day Parties,” kids will show up in fellowship halls from here to Maine dressed up as little ninjas, superheroes, … Continue reading

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