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Leadership Secrets from Archery

By Cornel Bongco I have often wondered why in a verse in the Bible, children were compared to arrows in a quiver. Science may have revealed why. When an archer pulls the bowstring, he does it with a lot of force. That energy is stored up in the bowstring and then gets transferred to the arrow as the bowstring is released and the force gets transferred to the arrow and the arrow goes to its intended target. When an archer pulls the bowstring, he does it with a lot of force. What a wonderful leadership secret! Leaders store for...

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Kids of Character

By Dr. Harold Sala The righteous man leads a blameless life; blessed are his children after him. Proverbs 20:7 Years ago in one of his commentaries, my dad asked the question: Can you raise G-rated kids in an X-rated world? “You bet you can,” was his answer, “but it isn’t easy.” The challenge to raise kids of character feels harder than ever before—it’s certainly a more rugged job than when my dad and mom raised me. The wired, internet age that we live in, that our kids live in from toddlerhood, makes it feel virtually impossible. It’s the challenge...

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Common Finance Excuses You Will Not Hear From Successful People

By Randell Tiongson I am blessed to have the privilege to speak and observe many financially-savvy people and one thing they have in common is that they are not fond of making excuses. Here are five excuses you will never hear from them: Excuse #1 – “I don’t know where to start.” With the boom of the internet, information is more accessible than it has ever been. A simple online search will give you the exact information you need. A person can spend hours on the internet each day. Why not allot a little bit of it to become...

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The Battleground of Character

By Dr. Harold Sala Bloodthirsty men hate a man of integrity and seek to kill the upright. Proverbs 29:10 Your reputation is what others think of you, while character is what you really are. Your character is revealed, of course, by what you do, either negative or positive, but Ralph Waldo Emerson used to believe that, more accurately, your character is defined by what you think. He wrote, “People seem not to realize that their opinion of the world is also a confession of character.” In recent days we have heard more than a few decry the lack of...

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Equipped and Anointed for God’s Purposes

By Gordon Robertson After God delivered the Israelites out of Egypt, He told Moses to have the people build a Tabernacle for Him. Until then, the Jews had only built altars with unhewn stones to make sacrifices to the Lord. Yet now they were to build and furnish a Tabernacle in the wilderness—a wasteland with no resources—and it had to be portable. The people had just been slaves, making bricks out of mud and straw. How could they build a magnificent sanctuary for the Lord to inhabit? The answer is found in Exodus 31:1-5, where God tells Moses, “See,...

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