Monthly Archives: August 2014

“DON’T TRY TO MAIL IT IN”

I was reading this morning in WORLD magazine and came across an advertisement from Beeson Divinity School that caught my eye. It said, “Ministry happens in person…” Our church Nominating Committee will be presenting its 2014-15 report for adoption this … Continue reading

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“TRUE GREATNESS”

How many of you have heard the name Fanny Crosby? This saintly lady was born on March 24, 1820. At six weeks of age, she developed a cold and inflammation in her eyes. The treatment was said to have left … Continue reading

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“24/7, 365”

Steve Rogers wrote something recently in Mature Living magazine that encouraged my heart. He wrote about the world in which we live and all the evil, discouragement, and mischief that is taking place. You can turn on the news at … Continue reading

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“THE OTHER EIGHTY PERCENT”

In the mid-1950’s, a little known quality assurance manager named Joseph Juran traveled to Japan to advise companies rebuilding after World War II. At the time , “Made in Japan” was a sign of poor quality. To help those companies, … Continue reading

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