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Seeking Security

David Brooks’s essay in The Atlantic, “America is Having a Moral Convulsion,” describes America as a far less trusting society than it was twenty-five years ago. As I think about my own sense of trust in government, institutions and media, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Weekend: A Snapshot of Competition for our Souls

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Observing the back-to-back events of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday makes my head spin.  In a dizzying instant, we flip the switch from giving thanks for what we have to the scramble to get some more. What does that say about our culture?  What does it say about … Continue reading

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Leaving our Boats and Following Jesus

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What if Jesus walked into your place of business, spoke to the staff, and then instructed a salesperson to make a phone call which resulted in the biggest deal your business had ever landed? Then imagine that Jesus said, “Never … Continue reading

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