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Carrying Your Cross, Part II

In this series we are examining what we can learn about addressing trials from Jesus’ last week on earth. There’s a saying that we, as Christians, are either heading into a trial, in a trial, or exiting a trial. No one will experience a worse trial than when Jesus was beaten and crucified, yet Jesus persevered and looked to the [...]

2019-04-17T16:02:16-05:00 April 18th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Carrying Your Cross, Part II

Carrying Your Cross, Part I

As followers of Jesus, we are all either headed into a trial, in a trial or exiting a trial. Each of us has a cross to carry just as Jesus did. In the first phase of heading into a trial, we can look to Jesus’ triumphal entry. As Jesus entered Jerusalem the streets filled with people praising Him as the [...]

2019-04-16T15:18:29-05:00 April 17th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Carrying Your Cross, Part I

Napoleon’s Pomp and Circumstance

Kathy and I recently viewed the Napoleon exhibit at our local art museum. One of the themes that stood out to me was Napoleon’s extreme efforts to shape the people’s perceptions of him and of his kingdom. At five foot four inches, and being bullied as a child, Napoleon was believed to have had an inferiority complex. Napoleon invested tremendous [...]

2019-04-15T22:57:58-05:00 April 16th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Napoleon’s Pomp and Circumstance

Tax Compliance

In a 2017 IRS Study, 88% of Americans agreed with the statement that it is not acceptable to cheat on their taxes. Since they were responding to the IRS, we need to discount their responses. However, according to an article by The Atlantic, America’s voluntary compliance rate still scores higher in tax compliance than most nations. Taxes are paid when [...]

2019-04-14T23:31:26-05:00 April 15th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Tax Compliance

Capital Expenditure

A recent article by Investopedia states, “The process of budgeting for capital expenditures is essential for a business to operate and grow from a sound financial position.” When considering growth, added capacity, new facilities and the like, it is important to make financial preparations to ensure the organization can handle the financial implications of the changes. Luke 14:28 says, “For [...]

2019-04-10T10:46:53-05:00 April 12th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Capital Expenditure

If Jesus Had a Business Card

In a recent article by Neil Kokemuller, he writes, “A business card comes in handy when you need to establish your credentials.” As a tool in the marketing quiver, a business card can be leveraged to share more than contact details. A business card can give your prospective clients insight into your personal or corporate purpose and vision. Luke 9:20 [...]

2019-04-10T09:56:13-05:00 April 11th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on If Jesus Had a Business Card

The Dishonest Taxi Service

Kathy and I needed to reach our next destination quickly. A man overseeing the airport’s taxi service interrupted my Uber search to ask if he could get us a taxi. He quoted me a price slightly higher than Uber. Due to convenience, I agreed. When we arrived at our destination the taxi driver demanded more money than what his boss [...]

2019-04-10T10:01:44-05:00 April 10th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on The Dishonest Taxi Service

Choosing Your Niche

My friend, Adam, recently contrasted his experience between two different cruises. His first cruise was a Disney Cruise with his entire family. The second cruise was a Carnival Cruise with other couples. The Disney Cruise was expensive but had tremendous entertainment value. Carnival Cruise was very inexpensive with limited entertainment. Adam felt both served their purpose. Carnival’s limited options met [...]

2019-04-10T09:54:47-05:00 April 9th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Choosing Your Niche

Is Workism Rising?

Derek Thompson wrote an essay in The Atlantic called, “Workism is Making Americans Miserable.” In his essay, he speaks against a concept called workism. “Workism is the belief that work is not only necessary to economic production, but also the centerpiece of one’s identity and life’s purpose; and the belief that any policy to promote human welfare must always encourage more work.” [...]

2019-04-07T22:45:44-05:00 April 8th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Is Workism Rising?

Something from Nothing

Manufacturing is the essence of creating something from nothing. Stephanie grew up around the hubbub of hitting production numbers. She also watched the magic of making something meaningful and useful out of something useless and as meaningless as parts.  Manufacturing is about creating value. We were given value as God formed us and breathed life into our nostrils. He made [...]

2019-04-10T09:48:04-05:00 April 5th, 2019|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Something from Nothing

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