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Article | Emotional Health >
 
How do you respond to a wound for which you never get an apology?
Article | Devotionals >
 
If God knew humanity was going to be sinful, why'd we get created in the first place?
Article | Church Leadership >
 
David Drury discusses the art of apologizing for leaders.
Article | Church Leadership >
 
Pastor Tim Spivey urges pastors to more often consider the single people in their congregations and church staff.
Blog Entry | Youth Leaders >
Abercrombie And Fitch's Semi-Apology Didn't Go Over Too Well
Blog Entry | News >
Abercrombie And Fitch's Semi-Apology Didn't Go Over Too Well
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
We all need to apologize from time to time. After a discussion with two of my children this weekend, one of whom was crying from a slap to the arm, it ended with one of them apologizing to the other. The jury is still out on if she meant it. I’ve been thinking about how to apologize, especially as a leader. When my organization has, or perhaps I myself have, done something that requires an apology, how should it be done? What are some princ»
Blog Entry | Men >
Mayor of Toronoto, Rob Ford has been in the news for some time over his personal behavior, and questions over a video that reveals his use of cocaine.  At first he denied that the video existed, but after the police made an announcement that the video is real, he has made a full public apology. []
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
When I was in the second grade, my best friend (and eventual best man at my wedding) smashed a wad of silly putty into my hair during a Sunday School class disagreement. I don’t really remember the details of the spat (it probably stemmed from who’s dad could beat up who’s or some other 7-year-olds’ theological debate), but after a quick date with some scissors and a (forced) apology from his mom, my buddy and I were playing again like no»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Last week I veered from my normal airline arrangements, and I took American Airlines instead of the carrier I hold nearly 1M miles on.  It was a cheaper flight, and I though it might be good to try something different, and get to my destination a little faster.   Well, It started as a 4 hour trip that turned into a 48 hour debacle.  Late arrivals, broken aircraft, miss-spelling of names which causes seeming impossible  hurdles to jump over, a»