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Preventing a Breach

I learned the hard way how easy it is to breach a dam. When I was fourteen, my dad hired a contractor to enlarge a…

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No Excuses

I failed a friend. Badly. No, not just badly … very badly. It took me a while to face it. When I finally realized what…

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7 Ways to Redeem an Offense

I recently received a complaint from a woman who I will call Ruth (not her real name) regarding a video clip I used in one…

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"Chutes and Ladders" Evangelism

During a recent seminar in California, I was approached by a man named Ross who told me he is “successfully failing” in his business. Ross…

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The Two Treasures

My mother-in-law lived with our family for twenty years. For six of those years, my mother also lived with us. Corlette and I…

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Redeeming Your Weaknesses

To find your greatest weakness, first identify your greatest strength and then look right behind it. That’s one of the tragic results of sin…

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Preparing Children for Life

When Corlette and I were raising and educating our children, we struggled far more with relational challenges than we did with academic content. Put four…

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