Las Vegas Shooter Was a Loner

In Genesis, Chapter 3, the Lord said, “It is not good for the man to be alone.” It’s almost as if the Lord was getting this truth out on the table early, right there in the third chapter of the first book. “I’m a rebel Dottie, a loner. You don’t want to get messed up […]

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Why Pastors Don’t Preach on Work

I’ve always been amazed at how rarely pastors preach on the subject of work. My church is unusual. My pastor makes it point to do so. But I know my church is the exception not the rule. Why do pastors preach so rarely, if at all, on the subject of work? After all, their church […]

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Interpreting Hurricanes

On August 26, 2017, I wrote about the recent eclipse. I ended the post by stating that because we can now predict when eclipses will occur that the Lord probably does not use them as signs anymore. Instead I suggested that the Lord probably used arbitrary, unpredictable natural events such as hurricanes. Interestingly, over the […]

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When an Eclipse Meant Something

Like many Americans, this past Monday I gathered with others outside to experience the eclipse. Where I live, we only had about a 75% eclipse, but it was still interesting to watch it get semi-dark in the middle of any otherwise sunny day. As you know if you have been following this blog, three weeks […]

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Holy Spirit Inspired Management

I’ve written much here regarding what it means to be an employee and work empowered or inspired by the Holy Spirit. I have not addressed it though specifically from the perspective of management. Today, at church, I was speaking with one of our elders who was struggling with managing a subordinate with whom he had […]

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