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They Had Their Books, and I Have Mine

Take one husband who is unusually home-based after several out-of-town business trips have been cancelled/ postponed.   Add to that a child who loves the outdoors (and is not particularly fond of school).   439 more words


Notes On Ezekiel (book review)

Oswald Chambers’ insights into biblical texts, and his ability to transfer those principles to real-life applications, always astound me! I was reading through Ezekiel in my personal Bible reading time, and was happy to discover Chambers’ … 96 more words

What Should You Study to Be More Valuable in the Workforce?

With so much recent talk and public debate about education as our path to prosperity, I was asked recently by a career training program what I believed were some key areas of focus students should pursue to assure job readiness. 1,052 more words


Life Cartography (book review)

Charles Porter has a timely message for us―actually 40 timely messages―in his book Life Cartography. If you don’t believe me, perhaps you will find the subtitle of his book as intriguing as I did: “Don’t follow your dreams” and 39 other life lessons I’ve learned along the way. 173 more words

What Does God Want Me To Do?

I often hear people say, “I’m waiting for a word from God” when they are making a decision. Or sometimes someone will say, “I’m not sure what God wants me to do here.” 223 more words

JumpStart Your Leadership (book review)

John Maxwell always gives his readers a treasure-trove of helpful thoughts for personal growth! I would highly recommend anyone to grab any one of his books and dive in. 102 more words

Lifelong Learner

It’s no secret I love to read. But why do I read? It’s not just to get more information, but to have the tools to help others. 184 more words