Tag Archives: worth

People laureate

Think of everyone you meet today as someone for whom Christ died. And He died so that person could be saved — rescued — reclaimed as a good idea, the way God intended. Christ would have died to save that … Continue reading

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67 years of making people important

He had a voice that was made for the transistor radio. It was a match made in baseball heaven. We cannot say goodbye to baseball, 2016, without joining everybody else in the sports world for a fitting send-off to Vin … Continue reading

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How important are you?

I received a special book in the mail this week. It’s not an officially-published book. It doesn’t list a publisher or an ISBN number. You won’t find it in the Library of Congress. Still, it is beautifully, yet simply bound … Continue reading

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The Last Gift of Christmas

Our 16-year-old son, Chandler, is the one responsible for the last gift of Christmas, 2015. By that I mean the last gift purchased. It was late afternoon, Christmas Eve, and Chandler, Marti and I had just enjoyed a traditional live … Continue reading

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Clean hair is no accident

My wife wanted me to wake her up early this morning even though we were up late with a late-night counseling session. When she mentioned that the early wake-up call was because she is intending to wash her hair this … Continue reading

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Looking out for number two

Step 9. Are seeking through prayer and meditation to make a conscious effort to consider others better than ourselves. Have you ever gone to a funeral and learned how fascinating an acquaintance actually was and been sad you hadn’t bothered … Continue reading

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How to be connoisseurs of people

Step 9. Are seeking through prayer and meditation to make a conscious effort to consider others better than ourselves. “Don’t be selfish; don’t try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Don’t look out only … Continue reading

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On the second landing

In The Pigeon with the Ruby Collar — a fairy tale Marti wrote in anticipation of the birth of our first grandchild, Jocelyn Anne — it comes to light that Princess Jocelyn Anne has magical healing powers. Because of this, … Continue reading

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