Monthly Archives: August 1999

Taking Action

We begin to experience the Power of One when we live by the Golden Rule. Think through the following situations—the Golden Challenges—and determine how the Golden Rule exposes the ethical choice in each situation: Golden Challenge #1 A client of yours is looking to buy some of your product. The […]

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Drilling Down

If she didn’t understand the Power of One before, then Carolyn Leuner sure knows it now. Leuner, a 2002 Cornell University graduate with a double major in English and government, set out to teach fifth- and sixth-grade science. Four days before school started, her school switched her to kindergarten, of […]

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Down but Not Out (Part Two)

[T]hey have greatly oppressed me from my youth, hut they have not gained the victory over me. PSALM 129:2 External enemies are not the only source of oppression in our lives. Our own flesh wars against us, fighting against what we know to be good, right, and holy. Despite our […]

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Uninhibited Trust

Manley Beasley was one of a dozen mentors who profoundly impacted my life. He had the unmistakable gift of faith. He contracted several life-threatening diseases but he trusted God each day to live. He hung his daily existence to a promise God had given him that he would live to […]

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The Making of the Generosity Brand

Generosity has always been around. Why has it become a brand unto itself only recently? I don’t think you can point to any single cause for the answer. Instead, all of the following causes (and more) have combined to create the branding of generosity: The arrival of a cause-oriented generation […]

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Coming up Short

If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him. JAMES 1:5 When life’s little quizzes or comprehensive exams hit, we often reach into our own souls for strength, peace, and perspective, only to find […]

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