“Real Life” is What You Make It
Mar 20 10:41 AM

“Real Life” is What You Make It

Mar 20 10:41 AM
Mar 20 10:41 AM

Sometimes I feel like I’ll be a student forever. If I have it my way, I’m signing up for as much school as any person can attend in their life. I’ve already been a student for 17 years, so although I don’t know everything, I have some experience in the crazy and sometimes erratic phase of “studenthood.”

I know the feeling of waiting for...

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Unleashed Light in the Monday-Friday Mundane
Mar 16 11:14 AM

Unleashed Light in the Monday-Friday Mundane

Mar 16 11:14 AM
Mar 16 11:14 AM

“Marvin, I’ve never had a boss who dressed as nice as you do or talked down to his employees like you do.” 

I looked across the table at Evelyn, not knowing what to think or say.  I wondered, “should I be angry, embarrassed, or offended?”

Evelyn worked for me in one of my early forays into business and pointed out something I was obviously missing. While I had made it a point to let everyone at the office know that I was a follower of Christ it was not...

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Are You Bringing God to Work or Bringing Your Work to God?
Mar 14 5:06 PM

Are You Bringing God to Work or Bringing Your Work to God?

Mar 14 5:06 PM
Mar 14 5:06 PM

When asked to write about how my faith had influenced my work life, my initial reaction was, "how did it not"?  My approach was not to try to bring God into the workplace, but rather to use my work to honor God and serve him.  Through 40 years of work, I found that...

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The Collision of Faith and Work
Mar 9 10:59 AM

The Collision of Faith and Work

Mar 9 10:59 AM
Mar 9 10:59 AM

We had a six-hour drive ahead of us.  If I’d known what would unfold a few months later, I’d have wished that drive was twice as long.  I was a young sales manager, and spent most of my time feeling in way over my head.  Dan and I were driving from Denver to Casper for a few days of sales calls.  Traveling with Dan was an experience; lots of coffee, not much food, and more meetings than any human should endure.  But that day was different, we just drove and watched the plains of Wyoming drift by. As we talked of past jobs, customers, and the latest in shelving technology the conversation switched from the unimportant to a place I never saw coming...

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