Monthly Archives: January 2007

Working Some Things Out

To grow means to develop. To develop means to go from one stage to the next stage in the growth process: from simple to complex. We can look at our lives in terms of natural growth. We all start out … Continue reading

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Music Makes The Ride Easier Sometimes

The other day, as I was loading my iPod up with tunes in anticipation of my business trip and subsequent airport layovers, I came upon a web site hosted by an artist (Ellis Paul) I have known and enjoyed for … Continue reading

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First of All

First of all let me say this: I am very confused by life at this present moment. There are forces at work to promote me and forces at work to demote me. Jesus says that he came to …”give us … Continue reading

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A Good Nights Rest

I am fortunate that I don’t have to travel very much on business. It’s not that the experience isn’t interesting—it is. Feeling yourself in the mainstream of America along with the real “road warriors” that travel all the time from … Continue reading

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The Busines of…?

It is almost time to head back home from my business trip up north. It snowed a little last night and there is a light dusting on the ground as I type. One thing it is important to remember: behind … Continue reading

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Still Away From Home On A Business Trip

I begin today a little more refreshed than yesterday–and certainly more well fed. That’s one of the things about a business trip: other than the airport, there is generally a lot of good food around. There’s lunch with the people … Continue reading

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The Airport Of Life

Today’s entry could be entitled “What I thought while I spent most of Monday in an airport!” And where I was headed is not as important at this story telling time as the experience itself. I was flying out of … Continue reading

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