Healthy Culture

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In his book, The Culture Code, Daniel Coyle defined organizational culture as “a set of living relationships working toward a shared goal.” This is a value-neutral definition. When the living relationships are unhealthy and subset groups of people have their own shared agendas, culture is...

Christian Unity

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Over the past few months, Christian unity (or the lack of it) has been at the forefront of my thinking. One particular verse has captivated me. In Colossians 3:15, the Bible mandates, “And let the peace of Christ, to which you were also called in one body, rule your hearts.”

Afghanistan Veterans

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When the Vietnam War ended, military veterans and others who served came home to shame and disappointment. They were ridiculed by some, ignored by others. Their physical injuries scarred over but their emotional wounds remained raw reminders of the frustration, anger, and emptiness many of them...

Unraveling

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A recent story in the Wall Street Journal clarifies why the Equality Act is very bad legislation. We have a California version—SB 132—which took effect in January 2021. This law allows transgender-identified male inmates to transfer to women’s prisons based on “individual preference.” A...

A Sad Change

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The Olympics are awesome! The summer games are particularly interesting—with lesser known sports like fencing, water polo, badminton, and table tennis getting time in the spotlight. Another enjoyable part of watching the games is the attention given to women’s sports and female athletes.

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