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Old School Tools…

Years ago I developed a reputation for having the right tool at the right time to do the required job. In fact, our kids, and many others, call me when they need something and I am usually able to put ...

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Hard to Pray for…

I have recently been working on my prayer life. I just don't think that I pray enough. When I say that I will pray for people, I do, - but lately, I have been sensitive to people who really need ...

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The Train Whistle…

There's quite a bit of discussion going on in our area about a local train that used to travel from the northern suburbs of Indianapolis into the city. It's not in regular service anymore, but until several years ago, it ...

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“Running” into Fall

Well, I guess I should really say that I am "walking" into fall since I haven't been medically cleared to "run" yet! Tomorrow is twenty-two weeks since I severed my right quad tendon in a fall up near Chicago and ...

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In Demand…

As I reduce my corporate responsibilities, I am being inundated with inquiries asking me to teach. I don't mean teaching in the corporate world, but rather, teaching at the college or graduate level. And I confess that I enjoy that ...

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A Changing of the Guard?

It all started with Colin Kaepernick - you know, the quarterback who started the trend of kneeling for the national anthem several years ago. That act prompted outrage across the country, especially among those of us who are older folks. ...

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Theology and the Lion King

Last night, Janet and I went to see the Broadway in Indianapolis production of the The Lion King. Yes, we have seen the movie but have never seen a stage production of this most famous story. Of course, whenever we ...

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No Joy…

Since Thursday, we have had at least six inches of rain in our area and that isn't the first time we have dealt with massive amounts of water recently. Two weeks ago, we had an issue with an outdoor hose ...

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The Report…

Running a business, or a ministry, is becoming more complex than ever these days. It's not that there is necessarily more to do than in years past, but with increased security and the advances in technology, more and more ends ...

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Back to Teaching…

After almost 17 weeks of being absent from the corporate world while I recovered from my April knee injury, I finally made the trip to the Chicago area to work with one of the teams that I last saw in ...

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