Circle of Friends Newsletter, 17.3

Here is our Circle of Friends Newsletter for November 17.3 To download a larger copy, click here -> Circle of Friends 17.3 Newsletter Circle of Friends Membership Form: cof Members...
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Character Comment – An Antidote to Laziness by Mark Hamby

Dear Character Advocates, as promised, we have posted the entire Timothy Shay Arthur article “Our Daily Life” on our website page, “From the Principal’s Desk”.  An excellent follow-up to our TEAM2work efforts in training hearts and teaching minds in all wisdom is another article from Mark Hamby of Lamplighter Publications. An Antidote to Laziness Mark Hamby Is there a remedy to the...
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Our Daily Life, by T.S. Arthur

From the Principal’s Desk – Following up on the 1/2/18 Character Comment based on Presbyterian pastor J.R. Miller comments on “life’s common experiences” as seen in Luke 24, we published a seven part serial Character Comment piece entitled “Our Daily Life” by Timothy Shay Arthur. Having looked at in parts, it is good to look at it and consider it in whole.  Below is that...
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Character Comment – Our Daily Life, Part 7

Mark Hamby, writing about “The Eternal Perspective on Work” asks, “How do we teach our children to make the most of their time here and now?” In his answer, we find the admonition from Ecclesiastes: “Whatever thy hand finds to do, do it with all thy might.” And “Why?” asks Mr. Hamby. “Because, as John Luhmann writes, ‘every day you are becoming who you will be...
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Character Comment – Our Daily Life, Part 6

As I prepared the next installment of what has become a lengthy consideration of “Our Daily Life” by Timothy Shay Arthur, I can’t help but wonder what your thoughts might be. Continuing the theme of developing godly character through life’s common experiences, Arthur ended last week’s comments by challenging us with these words: “Every workshop, and store, and office, and domestic...
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