Do You Sometimes Wish You Were Different?

By Ken Korkow Comparison is a dangerous game to play. Because we are all unique. Some people have abilities and traits we wish we had. Would it surprise you to discover that those same people are envious of abilities and traits that you have? But I suppose it is normal to wish we were different – I know I have done that. For instance, I can More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, January 17th, 2022
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WE CAN TRUST BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES FOR THE WORKPLACE

By Robert J. Tamasy Years ago, I published a book called Business at Its Best: Timeless Wisdom from Proverbs for Today’s Workplace. Compiled from a series of Monday Manna meditations I had written over several More...

By Online Staff On Monday, January 10th, 2022
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Understanding That Joy Might Not Mean Happiness

 By Jim Mathis  The United States’ Declaration of Independence says that every person should have the right to pursue happiness. This does not guarantee, however, that we should expect to always More...

By Online Staff On Monday, January 3rd, 2022
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WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON?

By Rick Boxx Whether it is in politics, sports, or business, many spiritually minded people tend to conclude that God is either with them – on their side, working in their favor – or He is against them. More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 27th, 2021
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PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

By Robert J. Tamasy With another calendar year about to end, it is time once more for reflection and expectation, looking back over the past year and looking forward to the one about to begin. How has this year More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 20th, 2021
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CHRISTMAS – THE HOLIDAY THAT CANNOT BE CANCELED

By Robert J. Tamasy What a year it has been! The coronavirus/COVID-19 news reports have been relentless, and the pandemic’s global impact has been unlike anything ever seen. It has gotten so bad, there have More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 13th, 2021
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Sometimes ‘Know-it-Alls’ Know Nothing

By Stephen R. Graves You think you know it all, don’t you? You probably would not say it that way (and neither would I), but we all generally trust our own perceptions. Even with an article like this one, More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 6th, 2021
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UNCOVERING AND UTILIZING YOUR UNIQUE GIFTS

By Rick Boxx In evaluating people for specific jobs and responsibilities, we often consider education, experience, impressive resumes, and various personal traits. But do we take into account a person’s inherent More...

By Online Staff On Monday, November 29th, 2021
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The Importance of Making Informed Decisions

By Robert J. Tamasy What kind of decision-maker are you? Are you impulsive, prone to make decisions with only a minimum of information – responding to feelings or intuition? Are you at the other extreme, analyzing More...

By Online Staff On Monday, November 22nd, 2021
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Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

 By Jim Mathis  The annual American observance of Thanksgiving Day comes later this week. This has become one of my favorite holidays because I know that, as author and speaker Zig Ziglar used to say, More...

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