Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Hidden Joy of Selfless Surrender

I was greatly inspired by the life and story of the selfless surrender of Justin and Keary Cheney (graceandsalt.net). The Cheneys sensed a call of God to orphans, the fatherless that led them to Uganda to adopt some children. It … Continue reading

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The Adventure In Surrender

When my son Josh was just a little guy, he was one of those jump-right-into-it kind of kids. He could not wait to skateboard, learn to ride a bike or play any sport. I remember one time we had him … Continue reading

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I Surrender!

What comes to mind when you read those words, I surrender? Is it the classic scene where one war-torn country gives up to a more powerful foe or the more personal image of a wrestler yielding to a stronger opponent? … Continue reading

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The Unexpected Significance of Serving

Over the years people have sought to put an actual dollar value on volunteering. In a 2014 report put out by the Corporation for National and Community Service, 62.6 million Americans volunteered, putting in 7.7 billion hours, adding up to … Continue reading

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