Tag Archives: Friendship

Motivation and Four Types of Fatigue

Someone asked me a question about motivation today, and frankly, I have a unique experience with motivation and loosing all motivation only to carry on in some sort of empty way. The daily work of acquiring and spending motivation is … Continue reading

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Happy St. Valentine’s Day!

My favorite movies contain an element of friendship. It’s not something every movie or story can really captures, but the best ones always grab you along and bring you into the rich wonderful world of friendship. That’s what I hope … Continue reading

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Making Straight Paths: Mutual Discipleship

Making straight paths is neither an odd or strange idea when referring to regal practices. Heralds and servants of kings in pretty much every part of the world work on keeping their kings paths smooth. That’s probably the purpose of … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: Spoiled for Choice!

Sometimes we have a drought, and sometimes we are spoiled for choice. Thanksgiving is a great chance to work together with the family and throw a banquet. Fat Boy Slim has a song called “Praise You” in which he celebrates … Continue reading

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Converesion and Friendship

The point of the Christian faith is friendship or relationship with God and with each other  – through Christ and the work of his church. However, in the current climate of the mainline church and the evangelical church we are … Continue reading

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Evangelizing for the Social Club?

Caricaturing the church is easy. Thinking up five is so easy you could do it without even so much as a beed of perspiration crossing your forehead. One of the most popular caricatures is to refer to the church as merely … Continue reading

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Happiness is a Truth – What does it take?

The Washington Post recently posted an article on the relative happiness of different cities across the country. While in our part of the world it is an odd thing to see Lubbock listed as relatively happy and Abilene as unhappy, … Continue reading

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