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These are some items of interest that you might have missed in your daily travels across the web.  However, these are too good to miss.  So check them out, you might find something useful or at least fun. Today, September 27th, Google has baked a birthday cake.  Today is their 14th birthday.  You can help them celebrate by blowing out the candles of the cake at the Google search page.  It seems like only yesterday that we were celebrating ou»
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These are some items of interest that you might have missed in your daily travels across the web.  However, these are too good to miss.  So check them out, you might find something useful or at least fun. Today, September 27th, Google has baked a birthday cake.  Today is their 14th birthday.  You can help them celebrate by blowing out the candles of the cake at the Google search page.  It seems like only yesterday that we were celebrating ou»
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These are some items of interest that you might have missed in your daily travels across the web.  However, these are too good to miss.  So check them out, you might find something useful or at least fun. Today, September 27th, Google has baked a birthday cake.  Today is their 14th birthday.  You can help them celebrate by blowing out the candles of the cake at the Google search page.  It seems like only yesterday that we were celebrating ou»
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I sleep in my workout clothes. Well, not every night. But the nights before I intend to exercise before the rest of my crew begins to stir, I bypass my pajamas in favor of my workout gear (minus shoes of course). You may snicker. You may have pity on my husband. But here’s the thing: I hate waking up at dark-thirty. And more times than I care to admit, I have gotten out of bed, walked into our bathroom, turned off the alarm, and gotten right ba»
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Are your employees fully engaged? Are you interested in getting to the point where you can answer “Yes!” to that question without hesitating? If so, you need to follow along with me in this series on employee engagement. Today, we will look at steps to hosting great employee focus groups. Employee Engagement As I said in my last couple of posts, I have seen a lot of material on employee engagement lately. The more I have seen on this»
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This weekend, Hays and I flew to our friend Chase's home to say goodbye.  It's been a 6 year battle with an aggressive form of Cancer, and our buddy Chase went to heaven this last Tuesday.   Saturday afternoon we attended the viewing ceremony together, and Sunday we witnessed a family in great grief try and muster words to help us understand the meaning of Chase's life.  We watched as they layed him in the ground, and we left empty.   I can't»
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By Roger Olson When I look back over my life and career, I can confidently say there was no more important influence on my theological development than Dr. Ralph Powell who passed away at age 96 on Aug. 7 in Sioux Falls, S.D. He was not a theological genius (in the usual sense of the term — a great innovater) or productive writer (I think he had one or two scholarly articles published). But he was one of the best teachers of balanced, sane, spi»
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I learned to play guitar so I could lead teenagers in worship.  It isn’t my greatest skill.  I’m mediocre at best.  And yet, on occasion I can play something which helps me worship too.  This is one of those songs. In many ways, its more of a musical prayer than just a song. May it [...]
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We all know it doesn’t take much to start a lot of hurt. Still not sure who fired the first shot on the greens of Lexington. It doesn’t take much to start a lot of good either. Think Rosa Parks. It clearly doesn’t take a bulldozer to get big things started, although it sure can [...]
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Jim Collins says, in his book Good To Great, that good is the enemy of great.  That may be so in business, but how about in faith? One of the earliest things we teach our children is this: God is great, God is GOOD.  That’s great (pun intended) but do we believe it? God invites us to taste and see that He is, indeed, good.  He strives, for some reason that just doesn’t make sense to us, to prove to us that He is good.  Not great, but goo»