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Every family has its Christmas traditions. Perhaps you remember growing up with a special star at the top of each year’s Christmas tree or the same delightful dessert on Christmas

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Music Industry to Target College Students and Universities

This post is a response to an article that can be found: HERE Greetings, I came across the aforementioned article and wanted to say a few words about the state

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Being vs. doing

One of the things I tell my students is, “Every good idea I ever had I stole from someone else.” What I really mean to say is that inspiration is

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John 3:16

Early in the morning, I search through the pages of my Bible for inspiration, wisdom, and courage to carry with me throughout the day. One chilly morning a few weeks

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Not for Everybody

The Marine Corps advertises that it is looking for “a few good men.” As much a warning as an appeal, it is a surprisingly successful way to attract recruits. “This

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Facebook Got Your Tongue?

“Time is Money” is a phrase we’ve all heard touted about to increase efficiency. Although undergraduate students may be more familiar with this maxim, “Efficiency = More Sleep,” in either

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Brave New World

My father had a saying that he used quite often. “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.” Well, I beg to differ with my father. I’ve done, and I’ve

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Casualties of War

I’d like to think it was because my most recent blog mentioned my father’s fight with lung cancer back on 1993. Maybe it’s because of my surgery scheduled for next

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Technology is awesome…sometimes

Recently my wife and I got a hankering to see our grandson. He’s 15 months old and lives with his mother in Nebraska while his daddy (my son Matt) is

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The Folly of Prestige: Kenosis, Glory and Education

I dislike the word “prestige.” Prestige suggests glamour, dazzling illusion, and magical influence. There is a whiff of snobbery about the word, and advertisers love it. Driving a BMW, for