Monthly Archives: September 2011

Let’s Welcome Another New Voice….


Well, new to here, anyway. Larry Shallenberger is a pastor out of Erie, Pennsylvania who’s written for me and other publishers over the years. I’ve been enjoying his blog—the astutely named larryshallenberger.com—a lot over the last few months, and think … Continue reading

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Following Jesus to Work


Think of the last sports competition you watched where there was a questionable call, or the last story you read involving some kind of cheating scandal. How did watching or reading about it make you feel—especially if it involved your … Continue reading

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I Object!


How do you usually respond when someone throws criticism your way? Let it bounce off you? Send it someone else’s way? Duck and avoid it? Catch it and hang onto it? Slam it back at the person who threw it … Continue reading

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a piece of Lay Down Your Weakness


As I’ve been working on these Friday pieces, I’ve really come to appreciate Peter more. As brilliant as that “man out of time” Paul was… as loving and engrossed with Jesus as John was… as assertive as James was… for … Continue reading

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A Kingdom WORTH Desiring…


Last week I reviewed a book wherein the thinking was right, but the feeling was missing. This week (courtesy of my younger daughter, who attends this pastor’s church in Portland and thus snagged me a free copy of this), we … Continue reading

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