No More Jiminy Cricket: Reflections on Conscience
In the beloved classic Pinocchio, the puppet that wanted so to be a “real boy” was devoid of one essential component – a “conscience.” Since he
Gracious moments. We can’t live without them. When we extend grace to others, despite our flaws and weaknesses, we reflect something of the very
Chuck Colson on Who Most Needs to Repent in U.S.
The late Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, believed that one particular group in America most needed to repent. It may not be who you
How Good is “Good Enough”?
“I’m sick of your religion, religion, religion…” – Isaiah 1:14 The Message “It will be an ill day for us if what most humans mean by
Jesus Didn’t Come to Start A New Religion.
How many more minutes before the church service would be over? That’s all I could think about. Every agenda item on the scheduled liturgy was
When Leaders Overestimate Themselves.
After years of serving in various roles as a leader and alongside other leaders, I have come to believe that the two most common mistakes made by
Chuck Colson Dies – From Watergate to the Gates of Heaven
The Demise of Guys? – Whatever Happened to the American Male?
Philip Zimbardo, American psychologist and Professor Emeritus at Standford University, makes some astounding and alarming observations about the