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Life Out Of Death

About a week from this writing my wife and I will be in Normandy, visiting our family there. The lush green hills are punctuated in Spring by the brilliant golden yellow of the rapeseed fields. It's showery in Normandy in early May and the beaches can be cold and wet before the afternoon sun breaks through. When it does the white crosses above the beaches tell their story of the great cost paid by so many for the life and freedom of others. Ken Boa shares his observations this week...
Ernie
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Tags:  Normandy, D-Day

Are You Ready To Loosen Your Grip?

It seems to me that few of us really stop to think much about the really big questions of Life. Like, "What is the real purpose of my work? Just to earn a paycheck?" Peter Bourke has a few words about important answers to these questons.
Ernie
To connect with men who are working to share their faith effectively, check out one of the local CBMC Connect3 teams for breakfast, training and encouragement.
Tags:  control, purpose, success

Has God Called Yet?

Have you ever been asked, "What is your calling?" Do you sometimes ask yourself the same question? This week David Scott gives us some ways to deal with the answer to that important question.
Ernie
To connect with men who are working to share their faith effectively, check out one of the local CBMC Connect3 teams for breakfast, training and encouragement.
Tags:  Calling, vocation, career, Salvation

How Can We Share Our Faith in a Postmodern Age?

Ken Boa is a great Bible teacher, and his observations on the purpose, perpective and priority of sharing our faith in a postmodern world is both insightful and informative. It's worh a thoughtful read.
Ernie
To connect with men who are working to share their faith effectively, check out one of the local CBMC Connect3 teams for breakfast, training and encouragement.
Tags:  eternity, be here now

With Open Arms

The prodigal son's story is one that most of us can relate to. The son's return to the father is just the beginning of a new life. We're not told of the joy and fulfillment he must have had after his return, but it must have been wonderful for him and his father. John Eldredge reminds us that God is not willing to simply let that be the end of the story.
Tags:  prodigal son, father, isolation

What's the Real Finish Line?

All of us are sometimes running tired and our life may often feel a bit like a rat race. My friend, Drew Crandall, encorages us to adopt a realistic biblical perspective.
Ernie
To connect with some men who are working to make a real difference, check out one of the local CBMC Connect3 teams for breakfast, basic training and encouragement.
Tags:  living, Serving, sharing

What's Your Worldview?

The idea of worldview is not new, but it has recently become a somewhat popular topic. Worldview is the set of basic, foundational assumptions or beliefs a person uses to understand the world. Dr.
Tags:  worldview, world, Work, work environment

Rest@Work

Here's a topic that we don't talk much about - rest. You'll find over 5 million hits on Google for "productivity," but only one-fifth that many for "rest."
Rest is useful in reducing stress and anxiety. Because when we rest, both physically and mentally, we remain away from the stressful situation. It allows body to calm down and gather some energy as well. So, rest is extremely important for mental calmness and physical energy.
Tags:  productivity, rest, Sabbath

The King Returns

John Eldredge is a great story teller. Picture in your mind's eye this week's description and a pointed lesson.
Ernie
To connect with some men who are working to make a real difference, check out one of the local CBMC Connect3 teams for breakfast, basic training and encouragement.
Tags:  king, kingdom, majesty