June 26, 2019 — As I watched the driver load my 2000 compact car onto his tow truck it brought back many memories. After 119,518 miles, 19 years, three teenage drivers, and several fender benders, it was time to retire the car.
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February 14, 2019 — Embezzling. Selling harmful products. Polluting the air and water. There are plenty of opportunities for unethical behavior in the business world.
December 17, 2018 — While the Lord wants us to dream big and put no limitations on our possibilities, he wants us to live one day at time in simple, dependent obedience.
December 6, 2018 — Work is a good thing. Productive, creative, and cooperative associations are bound up with human identity and purpose as image bearers of God. You might say we were constituted for work. Punching the timecard is not the problem. Rather, the more relevant issue is satisfaction.
November 30, 2018 — Frankenstein. It is one of the most enduring horror stories of all time. Mary Shelley’s masterpiece, inspired by a nightmare, is a cautionary tale. Ingenuity run amok. Progress beyond our control. Creation dominating the creator. Like Shelley, these themes occupy our collective consciousness and haunt our imaginations today.
October 24, 2018 — By Mike Ross — Like thousands of other mid-level business managers on any particular day, I would be on my way to work early in the morning, in a hurry as usual, swinging by the closest coffee shop to grab a cup of coffee...
October 22, 2018 — By Kevin Brown — Considered by many as the most important political philosopher in the 20th Century, John Rawls — a Princeton educated Harvard Professor — was most famous for his 1971 work: “A Theory of Justice.”...
May 7, 2018 — Advancements in technology are changing the economy and workforce. Should we be worried?