Monthly Archives: March 2014

The power of positive….

Life just keeps coming at us. Every day, from childhood through our senior years, brings us moments to remember and moments we wish to forget. There are celebrations and challenges…routine and disruption. That’s life. Right? We begin to realize that … Continue reading

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Some decisions are just more difficult than others. No news in that statement. But I think there are three ways we tend to make decisions even harder.  They’re habits we get into that can take over our behavior. First, we … Continue reading

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For the love of “Jimmy Joe”…

My father was James Joseph Lamberton.  The child of a Scotch-Irish immigrant father from Pennsylvania and a mother of German heritage from Detroit, his upbringing was not easy or genteel.  He was born in 1913, and his formal education ended in … Continue reading

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My March Madness!

Did you automatically think basketball when you saw the tag line?  I admit it will be exciting to watch the games. I like college basketball. From the first round to the championship game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the … Continue reading

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The value of preparation…

This week marks the beginning of Lent in the Christian world. For many, the weeks ahead will be about preparing to celebrate Easter.  Fasting, prayer services, study, personal commitment to engage in servant activity, and/or do without a favorite food … Continue reading

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