Monthly Archives: May 2012

Leadership in Action

Leadership is something that stands out very clearly.  I saw Garry McCarthy, Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, model leadership during last week’s NATO summit in Chicago.  Before the summit, he had assured the people of Chicago that his officers … Continue reading

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A New Look Inside

Last Friday, I had an x-ray taken due to an injury I’d sustained lifting weights Wednesday night.  (I had crushed my left pinkie finger between two 45 lb dumbbells.)  I was not too concerned when I left the hospital, but … Continue reading

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Who Will Step Up?

I know this is the question that was on Elijah’s mind as he questioned God in 1 Kings 19. After a mountaintop experience in 1 Kings 18, Elijah fell into a depression.  He retreated to a cave, feeling alone, wondering … Continue reading

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Focusing

I was reading in Ezekiel the other day when I came across a verse that caught my attention:  “Son of man, look carefully, listen closely and give attention to everything I tell you.”  (44: 5)  I stopped and thought about … Continue reading

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