The technology being introduced to new vehicles is quite amazing. Not just fancy things like onboard Wifi and built in navigation with touch screen controls, but safety features such as lane management systems and blind spot detection sensors. 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 is a form of blind spot detection. Believers throughout history have had blind spots … Continue reading Blind Spot Detection
2006 started off as a bad year for Charles Moore. He lost his job as a roofer in Toledo, Ohio, and decided to return to his hometown of Detroit in search of work. Sadly, Moore soon found himself living on the street. While homeless, he stumbled upon 31 U.S. Savings Bonds in a city trash … Continue reading When the Right Thing is the Hard Thing
In June of 1938, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a letter to his editor Stanley Unwin to explain why he was behind schedule finishing the final draft of The Hobbit. Instead of creating more material, he decided to start over and rewrite the entire first three chapters. His motivation was the feedback of a trusted friend and … Continue reading What is Your TQ?
Message Notes: If I were the owner of a restaurant, I’d think that the last person I would want to show up unannounced would be the local health inspector. Not because I would want to have a dirty kitchen. But because the health score is posted for every customer to see. That is what Paul … Continue reading Hello, I’m the Health Inspector
The terrible twos. It is the season every new parent fears—the season in a toddler’s life when he or she begins to manifest a very defined moral code. You know the code. You have lived the code. If I want it, it's mine. If it's in my hand, it's mine. If it is within my … Continue reading The Terrible Twos in Grown Up Shoes