He Did not Kick the Donkey Mar 05, 2021

He Did not Kick the Donkey

In the book Jesus, CEO one of my favorite stories is that of a misguided and out of work prophet who had been hired to go curse a village.  He wasn’t hired by Yahweh, evidently.  He had been hired by somebody with a grudge and money.   So, he is...

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Wilderness Feb 22, 2021

Wilderness

As I write this my sister and her husband are in a hospital in El Paso, Texas.  They both have COVID.  He caught it, he thinks, while branding cattle with some new guys at the ranch.  She of course caught it from him.  He is in Intensive Care and she is one floor...

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Jesus, Aftercare Feb 11, 2021

I just came off of an exhilarating 20 mile bike ride against 12 mph winds.  If I were a racehorse, I would be snorting and dancing and sweating profusely.  And no trainers in their right minds would just lead me to a stall and put me up until the next race. Indeed, the aftercare of a...

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Why Jesus CEO Now? Feb 03, 2021

Why Jesus CEO Now?

What would be the value of a book that is an owner’s manual for anyone in a leadership position today?  One that is based not on trends or fads but on ancient wisdom....one that is full of short chapters, humor, real world examples, probing questions, and has blessed...

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The Wind is Rising Jan 19, 2021

A Wind is Rising

By Laurie Beth Jones

As I sit at my work desk this morning, I glance outside at the big red folded umbrella—the one that woke me up at 5:38 am making creaking noises.  I hadn’t checked the weather report last night and when I awakened I realized 18 mile an hour...

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The Face of Janus Jan 02, 2021

The Face of Janus

Today marks the beginning of January, a month which was named after the mythical god Janus, who had one face facing backward and one face facing forward.  To face something means to look at it square on—not with sideways glances or half closed eyes.   

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