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People Want to Be Lightly Governed by Strength

The sentence still jumps out at me from the middle of an editorial in The Wall Street Journal. It's been half a decade since I read it, but it was one ...


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How to Develop Experience

A young man was appointed president of a bank. Intimidated by his new responsibilities, he nervously sought the advice of his gray-haired predecessor: ...


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Designer Is a Leadership Role

Imagine that your organization is an ocean liner, and that you are "the leader." What is your role? I have asked this question of groups of managers many ...


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Church Gives Away Money as a Fundraiser

In December of 2005, Reverend Michael Eden threw out a challenge to the congregation of St. Peter and St. Mary's Church in Stowmarket, England. Repairs ...


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Augustine on Wolves within the Church

There are many sheep without, many wolves within.


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Football Games Mirror the Church

Bud Wilkinson, the legendary coach of the University of Oklahoma football team from 1947 to 1963, once described his game as "50,000 people who desperately ...


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Bono Discusses the Church

In an interview with a long-time friend, international pop superstar Bono, of the hit band U2, responded to the sometimes-stained reputation of the church ...


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Doctor Calls Man's Overeating Sin

One of my fellow students in a seminary class was the model of fitness. He ran every day and was clearly in good shape, but it had not always been so. ...


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Stumbling over Small Things

On June 14, 2000, The New York Times reported:

J. P. Morgan & Company, a bank worth $21 billion, was disconnected from the Internet on June 13, 2000 for ...

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What the Church Really Needs

If the church were to lose its hierarchy, its clergy, its vast collection of buildings, its stores of learning amassed over the centuries, even the text ...


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