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Mar 30, 2010

When is Negative Feedback Too Negative?

When attempting to develop peoples' skills, is it better to point out the negative behavior that needs to improve, or just focus on the positive?
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Mar 29, 2010

How to Engage Community on Facebook

Facebook is a game-changer. You can say what you want about sites like MySpace, Twitter, or a number of others, but Facebook is the killer app that brought social networking into the mainstream. But social networking is ultimately about community, and not just surfing a website.
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Mar 29, 2010

Driving Lessons

As we enter Holy week, I am taking stock of my Lenten promises. This is the season that I shine up my servant-heart. I have been practicing humility. At first glance, inventory doesn’t look too bad. I’ve been doing great at church, at work, even at home. This ministry of...
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Mar 26, 2010

A Life Revised: Jacob Marshall of Mae

Mae tries to give its fans an overwhelming experience of beauty, to involve them in stories that encourage them to "dig deeper."
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Mar 25, 2010

Floating behind my eyes

Note: The picture is of the Quaker meeting house in San Antonio. I’ve found myself drawn to Quaker meetings lately. Probably because I enjoy the silence. Or at least I think I should enjoy it. Fresh off of 20 years of professional ministry and preaching every week, I’m interested in...
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Mar 24, 2010

Hey, That Wasn’t on My List

The story of Simon reminds us to cultivate a spirit that is sensitive to the ways of God. We never know when or where we’ll be called into action.
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