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Punctuation matters. For example, if my grandchildren come into the room and say, “Let’s eat Papa!” I’m going to be … Continue reading Let’s eat Papa!
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I’m a big believer that we should ask far more questions than give answers. However, Seth Godin gave me something … Continue reading But what is this question for? — Seth’s Blog
J. David Stephens in his book, Awakening the Church in North America, warned of the danger of “untethered change.” The … Continue reading Tethered Change