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The Chronicles of Belteshazzar: Exile to Babylon

The Chronicles of Belteshazzar: Exile to Babylon

In the third year of Jehoiakim, King of Judah, the Lord God raised up a Lion from the east, one Nebuchadnezzar. In that same year, King Nebuchadnezzar led Babylon at a place called Carchemish, and there defeated the Egyptians. Though he did so in the name of his god, Marduk, the king of the Babylonian […]

Developing the Character of a Nation’s Citizens

Developing the Character of a Nation’s Citizens

There’s a lot of talk these days about what it means to be an American.  The more diverse we become, the more difficulty it seems we have in answering this question.  But whatever that answer might be, we should expect that, at its core, being an American means that we share some national sense of […]

Chapter 2 Continued: Carchemish

Chapter 2 Continued: Carchemish

The signal for which they had been waiting finally came. Mag, the commanding Babylonian scout clapped his hands and shouted to his companions, “Look, the Egyptians are on the move!” The rest looked up. In the distance, the advance patrol signaled from its hiding place on Mt. Tadmor the impending advance of the Egyptians. One, […]

Entrepreneurship

Creating A Business Strategy

Creating A Business Strategy

In Exodus Chapter 18, we find a classic case of the need to delegate authority, and the barriers (from Moses’ perspective) to making this process work. To set the stage, it had been less than three months since the Israelites left Egypt. Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, met Moses at Mt. Sinai. In the course of their […]

Work is Going Online

Work is Going Online

In his book, The World is Flat, author Thomas Friedman writes: Every young American today would be wise to think of himself or herself as competing against every young Chinese, Indian, and Brazilian. In Globalization 1.0, countries had to think globally to thrive, or at least survive. In Globalization 2.0, companies had to think globally […]

Why Have a Business

Why Have a Business

Two things most people want are freedom, and security. They want personal freedom to live their lives as they see fit, subject to the old adage “my right to swing my fist ends where the other guy’s nose begins.” Yes, we all (well, those of us who are law abiding citizens) understand that there are […]

Pursuing Your Mission from God

Principle 5: Share Authority Through Delegation

Principle 5: Share Authority Through Delegation

The Course Think Like Jesus, Lead Like Moses presents Ten Leadership Lessons  based on a study of the life of Moses.   In this FREE course (take by CLICKING HERE) you’ll find video lessons where I discuss each lesson. One of the teaching tools used in the course is video clips from various movies to illustrate […]

Principle Four: Champion Your Followers – Even at Your Own Expense

Principle Four: Champion Your Followers – Even at Your Own Expense

The Course Think Like Jesus, Lead Like Moses presents Ten Leadership Lessons  based on a study of the life of Moses.   In this FREE course (take by CLICKING HERE) you’ll find video lessons where I discuss each lesson. One of the teaching tools used in the course is video clips from various movies to illustrate […]

Moses: A Leader in Training

Moses: A Leader in Training

Have you ever started something new (new job, new marriage, moving into a new house, etc.)?  At first, there’s the excitement of having that idea which inspires you, followed by the process of making it a reality.  Invariably, once the real work has begun and the rush of enthusiasm which always accompanies new beginnings has […]

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Journey Step 9: Learning to Build Online Community

June 12, 2017 0 Comments
Journey Step 9:  Learning to Build Online Community

Learning to Build Online Community Posted by Wise Jargon on Sunday, June 11, 2017 In 2004, the trend in adults going back to college to obtain a degree was being fueled by advances in the speed of the Internet. I became an adjunct instructor to teach face to face classes. And, by 2005, I had […]

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The Unraveling: The Demise of Civics Education in America

June 5, 2017 0 Comments
The Unraveling: The Demise of Civics Education in America

Traditional civics education has always emphasized the idea of “right conduct” in the affairs of secular society. Civics, traditionally taught, therefore, is an education in what it means to be a good citizen, and is comprised of three components: A knowledge of the history of your nation and the philosophical foundation upon which it is […]

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The Journey 8: Having Conversations About Truth with the Culture

June 3, 2017 0 Comments
The Journey 8: Having Conversations About Truth with the Culture

Journey Step 8: Having Conversations About Truth with the Cul…Journey Step 8: Having Conversations About Truth with the Culture: Posted by Wise Jargon on Friday, June 2, 2017 This week, I talked about how in 2006 God laid on my heart the idea to create an E-Newsletter that would explore God’s Truth and share it […]

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