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HRISTUS RESURREXIT! Christ is risen!
We need new life in everything: our careers, our health, our families, our businesses.
So it’s good to recognize that this is healthy, necessary, even essential. But for new life to spring forth, the old has to die off.
Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. — John 12:24
So let’s take this day to recognize what new life God has given us. A new chance. A new way of looking at things.
And our own role in the world.
I wish you all a wonderful and sacred Easter season, today and over the coming weeks!
WHEN YOU LIGHT SOMEONE ELSE’S CANDLE, your own flame is not diminished.
How incredibly unusual is that? If I give you some of my money, I no longer have it. When I give you my food, I can’t eat it myself.
We’ve built an entire world economy on the beliefs of scarcity, which makes supply and demand powerful forces.
Not everything is that way.
He started Elevate Chiropractic just a year ago with a unique approach to health. It gives patients the power and ownership to build and maintain a healthy body, supported with Chiropractic attention to the nervous system.
The deeper grounding for this philosophy is based on Dan’s Christian belief that our bodies and our vitality are gifts from God, and that God intends us to live and function well.
THE WORD “STEWARDSHIP” CROPPED UP in several conversations for me recently, so it seems that God’s asking me to pay attention to the idea.
The word originally came from “servant of the house,” but over time expanded to the role of chief servant. Well, these days few of us have servants, much less more than one, so why is the concept important?
Because it’s about taking care. Of the house, of possessions, of the gifts you’ve been given in your life.
This is something each of us needs to do.
HRIST IS RISEN! Let us rejoice!
Why’s that important?
Because we’re talking about something much, much bigger than one person’s life. This is about the course of humanity.
To bring all of us into God’s presence, for all eternity.
ROSANN WINN is a small business owner. And a performer. And a teacher. And a mother and wife.
It’s hard to know which of those to put first.
I’ve known Rosann for a number of years – we first connected when she sang for our yearly church picnic. I was impressed not only with her artistic ability, but also her generous nature and gracious support.
But that’s a tiny part of the picture.
KENT GARVIN STARTED his company in 1995 with a conviction to build a different kind of business.
What he’s grown is amazing in more ways than you’d expect.
At the moment it’s actually three businesses:
- Colorado Iron & Metal scrap metal recycling
- Colorado Metal Manufacturing fabrication and machining
- Green Hop’r equipment sales
Jane started Authority Staffing last year, as a way to bring ex-convicts to full employment. But that’s a tiny fraction of the story.
You see, she’s doing this because her deep Christian faith has given her concrete direction. Even including the name of the company itself and the fact that it’s for-profit.
TODAY IS THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS in the Catholic faith. It’s a remembrance not only of named and recognized saints, but all who have achieved eternal life – whether we know them or not.
It’s a great time to ponder the ultimate purpose of what we’re doing here.
THIS WEEKEND IS the celebration of Independence Day in the US. A patriotic, celebratory, but thoughtful time.
When I was a kid, I got the impression that our country was created in the late 18th century and has been running on automatic ever since.
Boy, was I wrong!