Tag Archives: fear

A Personal Reflection

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Flying back from South Carolina last week I had a lot to reflect on. The plane was dark and quiet and I could choose what to think about and spend my time on. I could think about my daughter’s wonderful little family I just visited, I could think about the other one that lives in […]

A Hunting Comedy

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I love Fall when it comes every year, not just for the leaves, the cool air, and the holidays. I love Fall because it is the one time of year I get to spend substantial time in the woods hunting. These times, I have learned, are very important for my health and mental well being. […]

Voter Fraud is a Real Threat to the US

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For the last few elections a growing undercurrent has started to swell. There have been more and more incidents of voter fraud being reported on each election cycle. But even as we hear reports of abuse, we hear little of consequences–either punishment or prevention. No one of any consequence accepts responsibility. This is a serious […]

A Study in Humility Phase 3

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In ten days we will embark on a trip we have dreamed of for most of our lives. We will be in Europe for a month visiting Scotland, England, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Italy, Switzerland, and France. All in that order. It will be an intense time and I can only conjecture what God has planned […]

The Pain of Leadership

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Like anything in life, learning to be a leader is expected to be a process. There should be growth, challenges, learning and then more growth. I often read about aspects of leadership growth in articles and discussions on the subject. I rarely see the single most difficult hurdle for a burgeoning young leader, the past. […]