Character Comment – Teaching Opportunities – Revisited

Teaching Opportunities – Revisited Why do things seem to go in slow motion when something traumatic happens? Have you ever had that sensation? I was once involved in an auto accident where that was exactly what happened—it was the strangest thing. I’ve heard of others who have experienced frightful events that seemed to play out like one of those slow-motion NFL clips. Well, it turns...
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Tuesday Bulletin, 2/28/17

Here is the Tuesday Bulletin for 2/28/17 To download a copy, click here -> Tuesday Bulletin 02 28...
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Character Comment – What is Christian Character? Part 10

I was recently watching a favorite TV drama that speaks a lot to family and character in which an adult daughter brought a cinnamon cake as a peace offering to a meeting with her father. The cake was made from memory, according to a recipe that her long-deceased mother had used. The issues were not completely resolved between the two, but as the daughter took a bite, she wrinkled her nose and...
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Tuesday Bulletin, 2/21/17

Here is the Tuesday Bulletin for 2/21/17 To download a copy, click here -> Tuesday Bulletin 02 21...
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Character Comment – What is Christian Character? Part 9

What is Christian Character? Part 9 (2+2=5) We are continuing where Dr. Krejcir left off in mid-thought regarding Characteristics of a Christian in his article on Christian Character. Again, these comments are primarily aimed at us, the Character Advocate, and our need to equip ourselves in the task of training in godly Habits of the Heart. Last week, the excerpt concluded as follows: Character...
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