Tagged With: principles
100-Word Stroll for 8/11/16: POPULARITY COMES WITH A PRICE TAG
Moral compass? Decency? Telling myself, “NO” when wanting something right now? Christian witness? Conservative core values? Individual resolve? Willingness to be unpopular? To stand alone? “Who? Me?” Yeah. You. This is a challenge. Think of The Three Hebrew Amigos – Shadrach and his two buds. Daniel 3. You know the story. Does anyone know the … Continue reading
QTMs for 2/27/16: I BELIEVE. . .
Good morning, friend. I’ve had this ready for a few days, but felt I should wait. This morning I sensed it was time to pass it along to you. Have a seat. Relax with me over a hot cup of joe . . . And read this slowly. I Believe… That just because two … Continue reading
QTMs for 2/18/16: A “Hole-In-The-Soul” Cost
When you want something so fervently that you’ll destroy a close friend’s reputation to get it, you can’t afford it. Are you willing to do anything to win, to get your way, to cover up, bluster, gossip or lie your way out of or beyond your words and actions? That disqualifies you. In the South … Continue reading