Feb 28, 2015

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Feb 26, 2015

Jubilee: "Why Won’t God Cure Me?" - Amy Ford

Why Won’t God Cure Me? - Amy Ford, Malone University
"God has used my condition to reveal Himself to me, and I want to be a part of his redemption story by showing people their value and worth, regardless of how physically broken they are."Read more +
Feb 24, 2015

Jubilee: "Engineers Are Makers" - Nathan Tornquist

Engineers Are Makers: Nathan Tornquist, Purdue University
"he Gospel teaches that work is good, so it is my responsibility to use my skills to take care of and cultivate the world. I am a steward, not just a consumer."Read more +
Feb 20, 2015

Yes, I'm the Mechanic

For a lot of people, making the transition from being an international realty broker to running an auto mechanic shop might seem pretty tough—and George Zaloom wouldn't tell you otherwise. But the process through which George became able to answer, "Yes, I'm the mechanic" without it sounding like "Yes, I'm...Read more +
Feb 13, 2015

Technology at Work: When Online Friendship Leads to Ministry

To this day, neither of us can remember how it began. Did I comment on her blog first, or did she comment on mine? Either way, we consider it a divine-online connection. Susan Stilwell lives in Virginia and I, in Alabama. Susan would laugh at me later, because I would...
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Jan 22, 2015

Margo Engberg: Creating Cupcakes and Community

This video comes courtesy of our friends over at Centered , a site focused on faith, work and leadership. Margo Engberg is the mother of four adopted children from Guatemala and the founder of Pinkabella Cupcakes , a gourmet cupcake boutique. Since founding PinkaBella six years ago, Margo has donated...Read more +
Jan 5, 2015

Tegu: Building Blocks to Rebuild Communities

Tegu: Building Blocks to Rebuild Communities
Tegu builds magnetized wooden blocks that kids around the world enjoy, but they are also committed to sustainably serving the Honduran community.Read more +
Jan 5, 2015

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Jan 4, 2015

Negative Splitting

Negative Splitting
Making resolutions? Try working towards a strong finish, not just a new beginning.Read more +
Dec 9, 2014

Love Cannot Be Measured

A woman named Deborah was teaching her young daughter to count. One memorable day, the little girl realized that numbers could express quantity. She said, “Mommy, I love you 10 times.” She frowned a moment and said, “No, Mommy, I love you 20 times.” Later, the little girl said, “Mommy,...Read more +

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