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The Monday to Friday Holy Land

The Monday to Friday Holy Land

I was at a meeting recently for a church group that was planning a conference.The planners got very excited when they started discussing the side excursions they could offer the participants. "We can go to visit the holy places around Santa Fe," they said. "There's the Native American burial grounds, the old Spanish mission, the cathedral, the holy mountains and...." Get Your Free e-Book...

The Monday to Friday Holy Land

I was at a meeting recently for a church group that was planning a conference.The planners got very excited when they started discussing the side excursions they could offer the participants. "We can go to visit the holy places around Santa Fe," they said. "There's the Native American burial grounds, the old Spanish mission, the cathedral, the holy mountains and...." Get Your Free e-Book...

Freedom from the Curse of Work

Freedom from the Curse of Work

Did you know that your work and your workplace are under a curse?Have you ever thought about our attitude toward work and why most people think of work as a drudgery? Don't most of us see our work as a necessary duty, toilsome and difficult at times, often unpleasant, frequently boring, but nonetheless essential? So, typically on Monday mornings, as we face a new work week, most people are...

God Brings Prayer Focus to the Office

God Brings Prayer Focus to the Office

“Therefore I tell you, all that you ask for in prayer, believe that you will receive it and it shall be yours.” - Mark 11:24. A few years back, my wife, Katy, and I went to a conference in Atlanta called Marketplace Leaders Summit. It was there that I first heard the term “intercessor.” I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it, but it was an exciting concept. I thought about how lacking we were in...

May I Help You?

May I Help You?

Don't you find it appalling when people who make a living in service-oriented jobs act as if you are presuming upon them by expecting to receive the services they were hired to render? You walk up to a clerk at a fast food restaurant and she looks at you with that “Come-on-buddy-you're-keeping-me-waiting-here” look. Get Your Free e-Book HereMillions of Christians look great on Sunday but switch...

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