Monthly Archives: October 2011

Love Makes Work Easy

“When anything is done from realized love, it is easy.” So claims Clarence Thomson in his book ‘Parables and the Enneagram’ (p.61). These are words worth pondering, especially for leaders who struggle with the demands, burdens and daily vicissitudes of … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving from the Church – Day of Thanksgiving-A

Please read Luke 17:11-19 Once upon a time, there was an orchestra. This orchestra was, in some ways, quite ordinary. It was a regular kind of orchestra; you might know there are four main types of instruments in any full … Continue reading

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The Turn-Around God

When at the beginning of September the Tampa Bay Rays were some half-a-dozen or more games behind the Boston Red Sox for the American League wild card spot, the die was cast as far as I was concerned: The Red Sox … Continue reading

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