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Tag: freedom

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When Both Sides Aren’t to Blame

One daughter burps, the other overreacts with “Gross! You’re sick!,” then the conversation escalates into an all-out cat fight. These scenarios unfold daily in the world where objectivity can look back and see how both sides are to blame. Both escalated the interaction. Both shared in the offense. There are, […]

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Freedom from Nationalism is True Freedom

In the light of day as the fireworks fade and the reverie of red, white, and blue are tucked back into the drawer and exchanged for workday wear, I am reflecting on all that “independence” and freedom mean. I have traveled the world and I love and appreciate the USA. […]

Warrior Poet : Galatians 5:1

Galatians 5:1  It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. Dear Warrior Poet, Freedom is not only what you can do, but also what you have the liberty not to do! Freedom […]

Stuck

It was 11:30 at night. I was sound asleep when my wife woke me up apologetically. “I’ve tried everything. I’m so sorry to wake you, but I need your help.” “What’s wrong?” I said. She smirked and said, “Blue is stuck in a pot.” “What?” I replied. “You’ll just have […]

Giants

In Max DePree’s book, “Leadership is an Art,” he talks about giants and creating space and the need for organizations to create space for these giant’s to grow.  At Grace Point I have had the joy of watching Wesley King take the space to develop Global Leadership Summit and eventually […]