What Would Jesus Say To Many First-World Christians?

A friend posted on Facebook commenting that the thought of the Rapture is making Christians lazy. Just hunker down and pray for Jesus to come back. It reminded me of a quote I read from an author I forgot, "the problem with most Christians now is no one is trying to kill them." There's an … Continue reading What Would Jesus Say To Many First-World Christians?

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When Values Collide At Work and Life

Work annoys me. Does it you? Maybe it’s the people we work with, or the business itself that irritates us. How do we deal with it? For me it was a matter of scheduling, as in 6 days a week, and then it became 7. It interrupted my time and I got angry, there was “do-gooding” … Continue reading When Values Collide At Work and Life

How To Tell If You’re Living Up To Your Values

Dan John, in his newsletter, often speaks highly of James Clear. After reading some of his work, I agree. I've even linked to an article of his once in a post on the biases against Christianity. I signed up for his newsletter and a post came in my email about managing stress. Everyone could use … Continue reading How To Tell If You’re Living Up To Your Values

Ronin’s Journey: What Do You Value Most?

Having decided a moral code to live by, you then have to decide what you value. What do you hold up above all else in life in yourself and appreciate when others exhibit the same? A few of mine were principles earlier in my life but are actually outgrowths of my principles in action. I … Continue reading Ronin’s Journey: What Do You Value Most?