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Men Need Women to Mentor Them at Work and in Ministry

[An archived post on work and ministry for Labor Day.] When I graduated law school my mentor at the firm I worked at was a woman. When I got on the bench and had been a judge for a while, … Continue reading

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You’re Never Too Old and It’s Never Too Late

I went to a weight lifting competition recently where my wife was coaching a couple of the lifters. It was a small competition but diverse. Some lifters were mere teenagers, some were competing for the first time, and some were … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Passion

My wife and I were talking the other day about passions. Not romantic passions, but passion in the sense of what we feel passionate about and whether there are common passions in our lives. One common passion we’ve seen is … Continue reading

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When Your Kids Make You Sweat

We spent the first part of this week helping our daughter get situated in her new apartment after spending the past year in South Asia. Unlike a couple years back, this time we did not have to move her furniture … Continue reading

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5 Career Ministry Myths

Most people reading this post probably either have a job or have had one, and that means you can relate to this article’s list of “5 Career Myths That Could Be Holding You Back”. (It’s interesting reading even for those who … Continue reading

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Friday Rewind – 10/12/12

All of Me, God Can See All of Me [This article first appeared as a guest post at Aimee Byrd’s Housewife Theologian on 1/12/12. Have I mentioned how great a blog she has there? You should go visit!] Ultra-ultra-ultra-sound! My … Continue reading

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