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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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The Journey 7: Acting Wisely to Make Knowledge Acceptable

May 31, 2017 0 Comments
The Journey 7: Acting Wisely to Make Knowledge Acceptable

Acting Wisely to Make Knowledge AcceptablePosted by Wise Jargon on Friday, May 26, 2017 This week, I talked about how I started to write my novel, The Brotherhood of the Scroll, after listening to Pastor Chuck Swindoll teach about the Book of Jeremiah in his radio program, Insight for Living. When I published my novel […]

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The Journey 6: God Desires to Expand Our Comfort Zones

May 19, 2017 0 Comments
The Journey 6: God Desires to Expand Our Comfort Zones

God Desires to Expand Our Comfort ZonesThis week, I talked about how I left the world of government affairs and became a business phone system salesman. As a way to sell new, high tech applications to business, I wrote a book, Frist, I wrote a book called Buying Technology. After writing the book, I knew […]

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The Journey 4: Lift Up Your Eyes & Expand Your Horizon

April 29, 2017 0 Comments
The Journey 4: Lift Up Your Eyes & Expand Your Horizon

Lift Up Your Eyes & Expand Your Horizon Posted by Wise Jargon on Saturday, April 29, 2017 In today’s Facebook Live video post, I talked about how I bought a computer in 1987. It was a Tandy 1000 SX from Radio Shack.  It had two 5 and ¼ inch floppy disk drives.  I bought a […]

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The Unraveling: Dominating the Viral Loop

April 27, 2017 0 Comments
The Unraveling:  Dominating the Viral Loop

In previous posts, I’ve explained how the income transfer policies begun under FDR and LBJ, portrayed the forgotten man as a member of the non-working poor who needed to be given the wealth of others in order to sustain thems.  This was a change from the original forgotten man paradigm where the low income working […]

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Principle 5: Share Authority Through Delegation

March 9, 2017 0 Comments
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 […]

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

February 27, 2017 0 Comments
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 […]

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The Unraveling: What Defined the American Way of Life

January 18, 2017 0 Comments
The Unraveling:  What Defined the American Way of Life

On February 7, 1954, Dr. George Docherty preached a sermon titled “Under God,” to commemorate Abraham Lincoln’s 150th birthday.   In introducing his sermon, Dr. Docherty stated the following: “But the true strength of the United States of America lies deeper, as it lay in Sparta.  It is the spirit of both military and people […]

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Love God, Love Each Other, Serve the World

November 10, 2014 0 Comments
Love God, Love Each Other, Serve the World

In his article, “The Gospel in its Fullness,” Chuck Colson shares this thought that speaks volumes about why Jesus came into the world: One of the things I do when I meet people is ask them, “What is Christianity?” Undoubtedly half will respond, “A relationship with Jesus.” That is wrong. The gospel cannot be merely […]

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