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Tortoise and Hare Principle in Organizational Leadership

A few years ago I was running in Philadelphia. It is one of my favorite cities in which to run. I love the Fairmount Park System, because I can run for miles in new territory.

Famous Last Words: Promise

A few years ago, the book Heaven is For Real rocketed to the top of the New York Times best seller list, and its popularity peaked last year with the release of a 12 million dollar feature length drama that drew audiences searching for confident assurance that the promise in the title was definitely

Putting An Arm Around Teen Moms

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, more than a quarter of a million babies are born to teen moms in the U.S. each year. Best-selling author Tricia Goyer has written Teen Mom: You’re Stronger than You Think (Zondervan/March 3, 2015/ISBN: 978-0310338871/$15.99) because she

9 Manufacturing Trends & Predictions for 2015 2015 will likely be a pivotal year in the manufacturing sector.

What's Up With Images of Muhammad

In the wake of yesterday's horrific massacre of twelve people in France, we may ask ourselves, “Why?”

Why do Teens Cut

The number one reason teens claim they want to harm themselves or commit suicide is: no hope.

Islamic State will conquer Europe, militants tell embedded German journalist

By Mark Ellis and Michael Ashcraft After visiting Islamic State-occupied territory at great risk, a German journalist called the extremist organization a “movement with the power of a nuclear bomb” after returning home last week.

Christmas and the Threefold Office of Christ: Prophet, Priest, and King!

The concept of a threefold office in Christ was first of all taught by Calvin (1500s).

Sodom and G'America

Perilous times have arrived in our great country. We are losing ground in what was once the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Welcome to the Christian Attack Culture

There’s no question that the Internet has brought Christianity many wonderful things.

Why I Stopped Watching The Walking Dead

It’s official. I don’t watch AMC’s The Walking Dead anymore. Without a doubt, I have always been an action movie kind of guy and am the sort that believes it’s a crying shame that Arnold Schwarzenegger has never received an Oscar.

Why Race Issues Are so Difficult for Most Christians

“Work for the welfare of the city where I have sent you…and pray on its behalf. For as it prospers, you will prosper” (Jeremiah 29:7).


Removing the Fear of Any Judgment From God

"You will never be able to love somebody into the Kingdom until you feel the King's love personally."

The Power of Critical Words

Unaware that critical words are being used by “evil spirits” with pinpoint accuracy to hit the leader’s heart and mind, we sometimes unknowingly provide the natural vehicles for demonic forces to move about in the earthly realms of our organizations.

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10 Leadership Statements That Comes From A Heart Of Pride

Ron Edmondson

“Pride goes before destruction…” Proverbs 16:18 We are all capable of pride. Some of us more than others.

Posted 2/26/15 at 11:08 AM Ron Edmondson Personal Page

Total Depravity and A Small Act of Kindness

Sunny Shell

Yesterday, on my way home from the grocery store, I was overwhelmed by a very small act of kindness. Not one done to me, but one I was able to offer a total stranger.

Posted 2/27/15 at 8:00 AM Abandoned to Christ

Family: Saving Children in Zambia

Bethany Christian Services

Bethany Christian Services and our partners in Zambia are taking another step forward for family-based care.

Posted 3/1/15 at 8:55 PM Every Child

Supporters of Rand Paul Walk Out During Jeb Bush's Speech

Caleb Dexter

On Friday (2/27/15) at the Conservative Political Action Conference, strong supporters of Senator Rand Paul walked out of the main ball room as Jeb Bush delivered his speech. Many of those supporters were wearing "Stand with Rand" T-Shirts, spotted as they made their way into the middle aisle to exi

Posted 2/28/15 at 3:10 PM Caleb's Blog

Missionary unknowingly adopts baby with HIV; God brings miraculous healing

Mark Ellis

When Rolyn Cadiz, a single Filipina missionary to Burma, got a call about some parents who wanted to give up their baby, she was wary.

Posted 3/2/15 at 9:30 AM God Reports

First World Problems: Selfies & the Blame Game

Karen Kramer

Measured by some of the curt replies I received, I could tell last week’s post riled some folks. Why should I finger President Obama for posting selfies, when everyone else does too? Who really cares?

Posted 2/27/15 at 8:10 AM Friday Tidings

Lent Reflection: No to food and Yes to God

Phuong Schuetz

Jesus says that to follow him, we must daily deny ourselves or say no to the things we want. On the contrary, everything in our world persuades us to satisfy our wants and deny God.

Posted 2/27/15 at 1:53 PM Encouragement For Life

Resetting Your Parenting GPS after Divorce

Audra Jennings

The saying used to be “father knows best,” but with changing cultural tides, a man’s role in the family has been greatly diminished — especially when it comes to single dads.

Posted 2/27/15 at 1:14 PM Food for the Soul

“How Are You Feeling?”...

Christian Post Guest Voices

It’s been over a month now since the hospital called saying simply, “Sir, you need to come to the emergency room. Now.” Nothing more.

Posted 2/27/15 at 3:13 PM Guest Views

What Is It About Chocolate?

Ramona Tucker

What is it about chocolate that keeps us coming back for more? For me, it’s the creamy texture, the silky richness, especially of dark chocolate, that coats my mouth and lifts my spirits.

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