Category Archives: Practical Principals

Set Down the Jackhammer

Hearts that don’t know our Savior may be hardened toward the God we love and the gospel that saved us but that doesn’t mean we should haul out the jackhammers or other destructive tools of communication that can make them cringe … Continue reading

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New Kid on the Block

Step aside duck and cover.  There’s a new practice in town; stop and talk.  Duck and cover was a phrase, popular in the 1950s, to describe the immediate actions necessary to protect yourself in the event of a nuclear explosion.  Stop … Continue reading

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Practical Principals

In April of 2010, I emailed an online friend, and he replied the next day.  It had been nearly four years since I’d last heard from him, so there was lots of catching up to do.  Since our initial contact, … Continue reading

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