On Discipleship

The other night I was listening to Notker the Stammerer’s book, The Life of Charlemagne, on my Audio Books app. In case you were wondering, the book is not narrated by Notker the Stammerer. Notker died like twelve hundred years ago, they didn’t know how to digitally record audio then, and besides, I’m guessing from […]

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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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On Illegitimate Businesses

While I was on our Reformation Tour, I received a text from my office that a topless bar wanted to hire our firm to represent it in a wage and hour dispute. We have represented individuals in lawsuits against topless bars in the past, and have succeeded in helping put a few of them out […]

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Reformation Tour—Day 4

Our only excursion today was to the Lobkowicz Palace. The Lobkowicz family can trace their roots to the 14th century. They have survived the Thirty Years War, the fall of the Holy Roman Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Nazis, and the Communists. In the process they became patrons of the arts and amassed one of the […]

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