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McQuilken’s Resignation

Guys, want to see an example of loving your wife like Christ loves the church? I once heard of a seminary president who resigned his position to care for his wife whose health was failing. I’d even heard someone read … Continue reading

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Sexualization of Young Girls

I read a variety of magazines; Redbook isn’t one of them.┬áBut then I saw the title of this article: “Little Girls Gone Wild: Why Daughters Are Acting Too Sexy, Too Soon.” As a father of four little girls, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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How Great Leaders Inspire Action

One great challenge of leadership is motivating behavior. In the following video Simon Sinek explains how many leaders (especially marketers) are stuck on the What but fail to move people because they never articulate the Why. You’ll have to weed … Continue reading

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Racial Changes in NYC

Those of you who live and serve in New York City may be interested to see this article from the Times. The charts display the increase or decrease of four different races (white, black, Hispanic, and Asian) in each neighborhood … Continue reading

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Common Grace Wisdom

Some helpful thoughts from marketing guru, Seth Godin: Two things are always not true: Everyone likes this. No one likes this. Sorry. If you try to please everyone, the few you don’t delight will either ruin your day or ruin … Continue reading

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