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2013 in the Books

“If you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time.” Zig Ziglar Zig’s famous adage is often applied in the context of setting specific, realistic, and measurable goals. Despite what yesterday’s post may have led you to believe, although I’m … Continue reading

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According to Plan

Did you know that the Bible isn’t a random assortment of 66 loosely connected books squashed together over a couple thousand years?  There is a unity to it, and distinct threads that connect it as the revelation of God’s grand … Continue reading

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The Last Battle

I have formed a new habit in my reading ventures.  I’ve traditionally been a non-fiction guy.  Over the last 6 years since graduating from seminary (at which point I was liberated to start reading what I wanted to read), my … Continue reading

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2011 in the Books

Another year is in the books.  One of my annual New Year’s resolutions is to read 50 books in the year, including the Bible.  I came up short in 2011 at 33, particularly disappointing because I read 9 in January, … Continue reading

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