Monthly Archives: February 1994

Mission Statement

One thing I ask of the LORD, this is what I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the LORD and to seek him in his temple. PSALM 27:4 A mission statement is like […]

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Holding on to Personal Integrity

Till I die, I will not deny my integrity. JOB 27:5 There are many things in life over which we have absolutely no control. But we do have sole responsibility for our personal integrity. Job was assaulted from many different directions. He was challenged throughout his suffering to throw in […]

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Fists and Screams: Life Is More Than Existence

Life is a matter of degrees. Some have life, but it flickers like a dying candle, and is indistinct as the fire in the smoking flax. Others are full of life, and are bright and vehement, like the fire upon the blacksmith’s forge when the bellows are in full blast. […]

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Drilling Down

Cover-ups are prevalent in today’s business world. Executives at Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom all tried to hide any wrongdoing. Oftentimes this action stems from poor personal character. A poster-boy for poor personal character is Robert Torricelli, a former U.S. senator from New Jersey. Torricelli made the mistake of accepting numerous […]

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20. Down Time

There are a lot of times at your job when there’s really not much to do. During those times, you’ve gotten into the habit of closing the door to your office and working on a book you’re writing on your own time. You only do this after you’ve finished everything […]

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