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Day: March 17, 2015

Batter Up

Joining the team, stepping into the batter’s box and scooting closer to the plate is what God calls us into every day. The world tells us to not to like the game, those around us tell us to just sit in the dugout, and sometimes every instinct tells us to bail out of the box when the pitches are aimed at us.

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Who Was Saint Patrick?

Who was Saint Patrick, the Apostle of the Irish? On Saint Patrick’s day, Andrew Dragos offers a biographical sketch of Patrick’s life and work, hitting important themes like his captivity, call to ministry, visions and dreams, theology, and legacy.

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Your Most Powerful Marketing Tool

One of the crucial marketing decisions we made during our church launch phase has been one of the most important we have ever made and it still governs our marketing philosophy today. Instead of a more traditional approach that focused on our name, location or vision, we decided to market our relationships.

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Alienation in the Workplace

They say politics often makes strange bedfellows. I’ve never heard it said that economics makes strange bedfellows. But I don’t know how else to explain some of the strikingly similar language one finds in the writings of Pope John Paul II and Karl Marx.

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