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Lean into Jesus

A renowned group of mental illness professionals predict that depression will be the number one sickness in the world by 2020. Let that soak in for a moment. Even this notion, if even close to the truth, is…well…depressing. But I can understand the prediction. There are so many stress points raising our corporate blood…

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Bragging rights

This time last year, Cubs fans everywhere were desperate for bragging rights. The right to say, “my team is no longer a bunch of ‘lovable losers.’ We got game! We won the World Series!” And of course they got those rights because their Cubbies became the 2016 World Series Champs. People love to brag about…

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When love broke through

A storm was brewing inside of me, and I could feel it. It was time to make some changes in my life though I wasn’t sure what or how. It was a few months before my nineteenth birthday. My parents had taken me to church for as long as I could remember so the story of Jesus was familiar to me. From a very young age, the need to be forgiven of…

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Why should I give?

It’s a fair question. Why should I give? Every so often, I find myself questioning why I give to this ministry. But then, I think about the thousands of changed lives that can only happen when I cheerfully share my resources to support this work. It’s when I feel the joy in their stories, that I am confident that Life 101.9…

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Lesson from a lawnmower

Life Lesson #247: “Don’t put a premix of gasoline and oil into a four stroke lawn mower engine.” It’s amazing what you learn through trial and error. This week for example, my daughter learned that two stroke lawn mower engines are the kind where you mix the gas and oil together before you pour the fuel into…

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He who has the Son, has Life

And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. 1 John 5: 11-12 Life in the Son happens when believers learn to lean on the Master, especially in the most difficult of times. Jan says, “This summer, my daughter…

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A night to remember

Traditionally, recording artists have made their money by creating music that falls within acceptable parameters of beat, melody and harmony with sufficiently broad appeal such that it catches the attention of the radio industry. Radio, taking a risk, plays such music believing it will gain traction with listeners. If radio…

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Thoughts from the waiting room

I don’t like the thought of having to go through surgery. Never have. I am grateful that I have been blessed with good health so the prospect of having to go through multiple surgeries haven’t been an issue. But there’s always that fear that I might get sick. Then there’s the anxiety of anticipation. (Just…

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What is leadership?

What is a leader? Is it someone who is assigned a task and oversees the execution of it? Or is a leader more than that? I suggest that a leader is not just the person at the top. Leadership often comes from those in the group who have vision. The best definition of leadership that I’ve ever heard comes from leadership guru John Maxwell.…

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Age is just a number

Sometimes I feel young. Sometimes I feel old. Today, August 7th, the calendar says that I’m 64. I put this picture up to remind myself that I still do some young things like play in a rock band but I also do my share of older guy things like go to bed at 9pm. One of my heroes in the OT is a man named Caleb. At age 85, he was still hunting giants!…

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