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How to Move Mountains

How to Move Mountains

Lao Tzu – the ancient mystic Chinese philosopher (how’s that for a title) – is quoted having said: “A journey of a thousand miles...

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The First 30

The First 30

There are a lot of things that blow me away about Jesus. Things like: healing people and raising people from the dead and then...

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When Love is Silence

When Love is Silence

I have been learning about love lately. My daughter, who is like the Rubix Cube of people, is constantly teaching me. Her style is...

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Rethinking Leadership

Rethinking Leadership

I was asked to interview the new leader of Young Life in Hong Kong last week. I haven’t written the article yet so I...

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The Wholeness Diagram

The Wholeness Diagram

I’ve got two kids. My wife does too. They are the same ones. They couldn’t be more different.

I don’t remember doing anything different trying...

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Stat that Kick My Tail

Stat that Kick My Tail

Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad is a faculty member at Brigham Young University. She along with her colleagues have been studying the connection between social connection...

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Apologies Up Front. This Might Turn Into a Rant.

Apologies Up Front. This Might Turn Into a Rant.

I was at a wedding this weekend and during the sit-down part this woman and her husband engaged me in conversation.

She said, “So what...

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A Pen and a Bike

A Pen and a Bike

I was driving on the Parkway last Tuesday. It was raining, foggy, with poor visibility. I rounded this turn and came across a guy...

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Keeping Things Stupid Simple

Keeping Things Stupid Simple

The best advice I ever received about communicating was the acronym K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid!).  I don’t always take this advice – which...

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Help for Loneliness

Help for Loneliness

Several years ago, I was given an assignment from my mentor at the time. It seemed simple. It was not. I did it anyway.

He...

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