Category Archives: Leadership

It is Not Good – Isolation

“A man who isolates himself seeks his own desire; He rages against all wise judgment.” Proverbs 18:1 (NKJV)

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It is Not Good

So in the creation story in Genesis, God creates and then declares each day (accept the second day, I believe) that His creation is “good.” This happens days 1-5 of creation. Then on day six, man is created and God … Continue reading

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Godly Father

“A Godly father speaks three messages to his son: 1. ‘It can be done.2. You’re not alone. 3. I believe in you.” Larry  Crab, The Silence of Adam

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Talk About Conformity

Check out this not so “Friday Funny” as it is more of a “Friday Odd.” Draw your own conclusions. Click here for the explanation.

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Building Better Marriages – Tip 3 – The “DTR”

Back in my single days, the letters “DTR” meant “define the relationship.” It was that awkward relationship stage where maybe you had been out on several dates with a member of the opposite sex and the point had come where … Continue reading

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Building Better Marriages – Tip 2 – 5 Foot Rule

I’m not sure where I learned this tip from, but it’s a good one. The general idea is that upon arriving home from a day at work, spend the next 15 minutes within about 5 feet of your spouse. Don’t … Continue reading

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Building Better Marriages – Tip 1- A 3D Marriage

I had a very practically minded seminary professor named Dr. Bennett. I think that was his name – I forget just about everything. But I’ll never forget one of his marriage tips – the 3-D marriage: Dialogue Daily Date Weekly … Continue reading

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