Monthly Archives: January 1995

Faith versus Works

But someone will say, “You have faith; I have deeds.” Show me your faith without deeds and I will show you my faith by what I do. JAMES 2:18 So what role do works play in the life of a follower of Jesus? If they cannot save us, are they […]

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You’re Not Leonardo da Vinci

Stepping Stone Three tells us to remember that none of us will ever be omni-competent. Do you ever wish you could be all things to all people in your organization? Do you ever feel like you can do each task better than anyone else can? I hate to break it […]

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Drilling Down

On the evening of December 11, 1995, wind gusts of 45 miles per hour pushed wind chills downward in Lawrence, Mass. The same winds fueled flames that raced through the 130-year-old buildings of Malden Mills. For the 3,000 employees who worked at Malden, the makers of Polar Tec fabric and […]

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From Dilemma to Decision

Tom and the pressure to take his company national. Lane reacting to the disruption of digital publishing. Dev and the option to try a completely different line of business. Jayla trying to figure out if her NGO should even continue. These four men and women are like bosses, execs, and […]

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