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At Summit 2012, I attended Dr. Everett Ferguson’s presentations on women in ministry. The first one, offered on Monday at 9:00 am in Hart Auditorium, was as interesting and well researched as I expected. Dr. Ferguson does not believe that … Continue reading
What would your boss do if you sent emails like these? Review the Email Etiquette guidelines.
One of our students here at ACU has written a letter to freshmen who are LGBT or same-sex attracted. I wanted to make sure that you knew about it, if you were interested.
1. Hurricane Katrina was a devastation to New Orleans and the morale of the entire nation. The book lists seven ways that the communication failed. Tell me one of them. Be specific. A one- or two-word answer will not be … Continue reading
Seth Godin defines failure and mistake. Maybe the final grade should be an M instead of an F.
From the late 70s: One winter, we walked past the frozen GATA fountain to see two young men standing on it. “What in the world are you doing?” we demanded. “We’re Bible majors—we’re walking on water.” A passing student rejoined … Continue reading
When people choose to “help someone die,” it often leads to more people being “helped.” Some of those people don’t know they are being “helped” to die. Perhaps many of them don’t want that kind of help. An example of … Continue reading
Tonight, JohnReed was saying a prayer “God, please help us have Birthdays…” So Jack started snickering, and JohnReed kept going “and God, please help us not be like Jack.”
Summit Blog Post Randy Harris was a phenomenal public speaker. He chose to talk about what he thought it meant to live by the cross, cruciformity. Randy used five different principles to make up his theme of how to live … Continue reading