Apr 23, 2014

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The “Small” Life

The “Small” Life

Jesus the Servant Jesus was a servant. This is a pretty straight forward fact shown to us throughout scripture. Jesus washed His disciples feet. Jesus humbled Himself and became a man. Jesus, most importantly, died on a cross in the ultimate act of service. The Bible is filled with radical, counter-cultural examples of Jesus taking the position of a humble servant, rather than...

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Apr 22, 2014

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Best Intended Use

Best Intended Use

Why is it so difficult to delegate? There is a principle in Real Estate called best intended use.  This principle evaluates real estate based on whether it is utilized to achieve it’s maximum value.  There are real estate investors who make their living by simply finding places that aren’t being used for the best intended use, and re-developing them to achieve maximum value. One...

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Apr 21, 2014

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Spiritual Mapping: Risk and Reward

Spiritual Mapping: Risk and Reward

Every year about this time I start the daunting process of distributing our...

Apr 18, 2014

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Lean In

Lean In

There’s a phrase being bandied about the web in blogs and posts these...

Apr 17, 2014

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Creating An Extended Family in a Lon...

Creating An Extended Family in a Lonely World

Recently we had a great time having dinner with our network in Rollingwood...

Apr 16, 2014

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Strange fire vs Hell’s fire: W...

Strange fire vs Hell’s fire: What is the bigger crisis?

There is a whole lot of discussion right now about how to tell if Christians...

Apr 15, 2014

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Evangelism in a Post-Christian Conte...

Evangelism in a Post-Christian Context

Graham Tomlin, principal of St. Melitus College in London, has written in The...