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You Can’t Buy Christmas

So many people are motivated by a myth — trying desperately to purchase a Merry Christmas.  Unfortunately, this is a major misconception that we are taught by our popular culture.  Truth is — you can’t buy Christmas. You can buy … Continue reading

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What The Church Can Learn From The Oprah Show

The Oprah Show was not just entertainment.  It connected with people, encouraged them, challenged them, and made a difference in their lives.  Perhaps the 21st Century church could learn a few things from Oprah. *  Allow spontaneity.  The Oprah Show was … Continue reading

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Christopher Columbus The Salesman

Most of us think of Christopher Columbus as a great discoverer, but he was also a master salesperson. Before he could sail, he had to sell. Before he could begin his voyage of discovery that changed the world, he had … Continue reading

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Famous American leaders speak against war

Edwin Starr sang the lyrics: “War, what’s it good for?”  That’s a good question. Some great American leaders have spoken out against war. Benjamin Franklin said: “What vast additions to the convenience and comforts of living might mankind have acquired if … Continue reading

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