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Lessons learned from Lance Armstrong

  1. Everything done in the dark will eventually come to the light
  2. Greed will finish you off more completely than cancer, aging or broken relationships
  3. Glory and money can be more seductive than integrity and honor, but they certainly don’t last longer.
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Spirit Harvest

Even Small Tails Can Wag Big Dogs: Lance Armstrong, The Media and Public Perception...

About a week ago I watched the documentary “Stop At Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story”, which obviously chronicles the rise and fall of cyclist Lance Armstrong. 750 more words


Stop At Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story Review (Netflix)

My Rating: 4/5

Lance Armstrong is sitting in the conference room of his lawyer’s office under deposition aggressively, unapologetically denying any use of performance enhancing drugs during his career. 664 more words

Documentary Review

Thank you, Lance Armstrong (an ode to liberation theology)

In the summer of 2004, Lance Armstrong was God.  The Tour de France raged from July 2 to July 25 that year, and I watched every minute.   1,185 more words


I can't believe I just shot *SPOILER ALERT*

Now I look back on 2014, it was a relatively quiet year for me and movies. Or at least, new movies. By my count there were fewer than 40 films I saw for the first time, perhaps the lowest total for a while. 1,147 more words


Shaliek - I'll Give It Up (Radio Edit)

Shaliek has come to confess his sins of infidelity to the congregation and his delivery is sure to have us listening!

With the aid of a soaring, piano-driven production, the soulful singer tells the woman he let get away that he would give up the carousing and running around if she would just forgive him and take him back.  57 more words

Featured Audio

More Than Just Posters

About a week ago thousands of people covered the night.  Being a part of the movement was not only eye-opening, it was motivating.  Cover the Night was not only about putting up posters – it was about creating bonds, making friends, helping your community, and most importantly, showing the world what this movement is truly about. 574 more words

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