Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Danger of Being Tony Stark

Iron Man is to the Avengers what Justin Timberlake was to N’Sync, the one with a solo project who gets interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel. What distinguishes this graphic-tee-wearing techie–more Microsoft employee than professional wrestler–from Captain America’s integrity, the Hulk’s strength, … Continue reading

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The Limitations of Balance

“Balance” is a common answer among our generation. What’s the best way to eat healthily? “It’s all about balance.” How much time should I spend on my job? “Find the right work-life balance.” Should churches sing old or new songs? … Continue reading

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Will Work For Free

If your job ended today and the paychecks stopped coming, what part of your job would you continue to do for free? I’ve been faced with this question for the last few days, having finished at Crossroads, but not yet … Continue reading

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Do You Really Have Faith?

The king declared to Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, “Are you able to make known to me the dream that I have seen and its interpretation?” Daniel answered the king and said, “No wise men, enchanters, magicians, or astrologers can … Continue reading

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Stauros

Stauros Behold God, the world’s Lord From old giving the Word Gath’ring glory glob’lly Granting grace to go free He saves, gallant’, the damned He soothes, gently, torn man Behold God, the world’s Lamb 

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Someone is Following You

Scene 1 I had reached the low point of both altitude and attitude. If I’d been a little less zealous on the downhill portion, I wouldn’t have had so much ground to cover before I could limp into the garage, … Continue reading

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The Shepherds

There once was a man powerful enough to own the hills, wealthy enough to fill them with sheep, and kind enough that people smiled as they tipped their hats, passing him on the road. Despite his palatial estate and distinguished … Continue reading

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