Archive from July, 2010

It’s Not About You… or is it?

It’s Not About You… or is it?

There are a few Christian sayings I don’t particularly like, such as “Everything happens for a reason,” “You’re exactly where […]

Jul 31, 2010     No Comments
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Creating Value in the Workplace

Creating Value in the Workplace

Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, since you […]

Jul 25, 2010     No Comments
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Jesus and Your Job, by Nancy Ortberg

Jesus and Your Job, by Nancy Ortberg

Colossians 3:22-24 says: Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for […]

Jul 22, 2010     No Comments
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Wanting What You Have or Having What You Want?

Wanting What You Have or Having What You Want?

My friend the communist Holds meetings in his RV I can’t afford his gas So I’m stuck here watching TV […]

Jul 19, 2010     No Comments
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The Economics of Self Worth – Part 4

The Economics of Self Worth – Part 4

In a previous post, I suggested that we replace the secular idea of self-esteem and self-worth with the Biblical concept […]

Jul 16, 2010     No Comments
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The Economics of Self Worth – Part 3

The Economics of Self Worth – Part 3

In my previous post, I said that secular psychology tells us that we must find self-esteem within ourselves, that “self-esteem […]

Jul 13, 2010     No Comments
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The Economics of Self Worth – Part 2

The Economics of Self Worth – Part 2

Psychologists define self-esteem as: “A person’s overall evaluation or appraisal of her or his own worth” And self-worth is defined […]

Jul 10, 2010     No Comments
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The Economics of Self Worth – Part 1

The Economics of Self Worth – Part 1

I have a collection of baseball cards that I’ve had since I was about nine. Recently, however, I’ve began to […]

Jul 8, 2010     No Comments
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