Monthly Archives: January 2011

Does anyone really like change?

While emailing with a friend last week about some needed change I was dealing with he reminded me of the Latin phrase that 16th Century Protestant reformers applied to their movement within the Church, “Reformata et semper reformandum” (Reformed and always … Continue reading

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The future of education is now

My wife, Dallas, had a chat this past week with a young lady who completed her high school education at home and went off to college this past fall. Home for Christmas, she talked about her experience. She’s attending an … Continue reading

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Finding common ground in 2011

My prayer for the 2011 is that we find common ground: politics, religion, etc.  Aren’t you tired of all the finger pointing and bickering? I don’t make my living as a political analyst but I was a poli sci major … Continue reading

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