Tag Archives: Personal and Family Values

Better not Bigger


I recently read an article about Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick fil-A. He is 91 years old now but still demonstrating the ability to be in touch with what really matters. When asked what he learned as he was … Continue reading

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NO WHISTLEBLOWER FOR UNHAPPY VALLEY


“Ron, threw his sandwich in the trash.” “Jessie, took the dime off the counter.” “Mommy, Adam is teasing the cat again.” Perhaps as a young child, you can recall “tattle-telling” on one of your siblings. Telling whatever wrong they had … Continue reading

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Get Well Soon…An Invitation to Help Recover


I’ve lived long enough to have been impressed by several things I have seen, heard or felt but recently I attended a series of talks by Andy Stanley at North Point Community Church called Recovery-Road  and was overwhelmed at how … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective on Educating the Future


Elite preschools with a price tag greater than a new car, anxious parents playing the college game for nearly two decades of their child’s life, and the graduates themselves earning a sheepskin and an up to their eyeballs debt ratio at commencement. Welcome to educating the future…or not. Continue reading

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OUR DAY HAS COME


Christians world-wide are commemorating Good Friday today. The day the Lord died to pay for human sin and to once and for all make it possible for sinners to be forgiven and to gain eternal life if they believe in … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Atlanta’s School Board


It was not necessarily my intention to use this blog to point a finger or preach a sermon but the members in charge of making decisions for Atlanta Public Schools are not just embarrassing their constituents, they are sabotaging the … Continue reading

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Gaby’s Fight and “Christians”


How the tragedy of Gabrielle Giffords makes us all more “christian” Continue reading

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Who is the Real American Hero?


Recently I handed over a small sum of money,enough to buy a standard sliding glass door(since I am remodeling I equate everything I spend to what I could have purchased) to watch a college football game.  My son was thrilled … Continue reading

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The Transformative Effect of Watching Spiritual Movies


Image by johncatral via Flickr In my absence, Matthew Welsh addresses an issue that may easily be the reason for our country’s decline in values.  What do you think? I remember walking out of the movie theater after watching Peaceful … Continue reading

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