Passing on – a gift

My friend Earl is back again. Earl always has a great perspective on things and is such a positive and blessing person. Earl is into origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. Origami started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized...

On being left-handed

My first exposure to someone who openly announced their homosexuality was in college. The editor of the college newspaper wrote an editorial about being gay. He was gay and compared being gay to being left-handed. Being gay was not what the majority of people were...

Gender and sex in creation

I had intended to begin this series earlier in the week but got delayed by some more research and reading and thought it best to wait. So today I start looking at the issue of homosexuality. This will be one of the most important topics for discussion the church will...

Finishing great

Finishing great is really hard. I’ve always been a good starter – even a great starter. But finishing well has always been difficult. Recently, University of Chicago psychologists Minjung Koo and Ayelet Fishbach examined how people pursuing goals were...

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