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Joel E. Jacobson

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On Sensationalism

I’ve had the privilege of working with junior and senior high kids at the annual Lighthouse Young Writers Summer Camp. The cool thing about teaching at summer camp is you get to teach, encourage kids with their writing, and never have to grade a thing. It’s really the way teaching should be. But I’ll save […]

Michele Howe

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Faith, Friends, and Other Floatation Devices

Am I ever excited to see the cover of my newest book direct from the designer’s office. This book has a story behind it. A long one. The title itself is self-explanatory and sort of autobiographical. Faith + Friends = … Continue reading →
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Chad Ethridge

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great city

Oh great city,Where streets connect at intersectionsand commerce happens at every cornerbusiness transactions with a handshakeand legal documentation to supportWhere structures are erected or torn downin the name of progresswhere campaigns bring loyalty to idealsand divide people over the issuesOh great city,Where sturdy buildings are reminiscentof bygone eras and the lifestyles that went with themshrines for the working class and monuments to the daily grindWhere moral codes are eroded by the hands of timelike a shirt in a dryer or under a hot ironthe heat is absorbed in the pavementand wears down all who walk upon itOh great city,That is still yet to comeWhose architect and builder is GodWho alone is immortal and lives in unapproachable lightWho prepares a place for all foreigners and aliens on earthwho live by faith in what was promised and not yet receivedThey shall posses gladness and joyin that great city where God is presentand Jesus is Lord of all!

Cat86

Futility

Distractdestruct.Resist. The inevitablesilence ensues.© Cat Hill 2012dVerse open link night hosted by Grace.

chrisyokel

The Lay of The Lord: Easter

Taken from my poetry book The Lay of The Lord: Death & Triumph 15. The Awakening Inside the...

Larry Hehn

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Posts With the Most – March 2014

Well, now that we’ve reached the first of April (no fooling!) it’s time to celebrate our favorite blog posts from March 2014 – the Posts with the Most! Once again I’ve assembled my favorites of all the blog posts I read last month, and invite you to join the fun by letting us know some of […]

ChristianDroid

Thief

Today’s video is a repost of one that I posted a couple of years ago. This week’s Video of the Week was actually put together by my son a couple of years ago.  In this powerful video, Jason takes scenes from the movie “The Passion of The Christ” and combines them with the song “Thief” […]

Sean Glaze

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Three Secrets to Help Your Team Finish Strong

When I was coaching basketball, one of the key requirements to the team’s success was the ability of our athletes to finish strong and make layups around the rim.  As a team, success ultimately came down to our players finishing strong. Over the years, it became clear that there were three main reasons that players finished weakly around the rim and were unable to score. Find those 3 secrets, and the rest of this article to help your team finish strong, published as a guest post on the #leadwithgiants website. Many thanks to Dan Forbes for sharing it with the #leadwithgiants audience! You can read the entire article by CLICKING HERE! If are looking for a way to inspire your people to work together with better communication and increased morale, I encourage you to consider a day of teambuilding for teachers   And I would be honored if you chose to follow me on twitter or to connect on LinkedIn to receive additional information and teamwork resources!