Posts made in April, 2015


This week we began the first of four Regional Training Events for all our chaplains.  We pray it’s a blessed time of fellowship, and also continued learning and renewal!  Are you interested in joining our team?  If so, check out our current opportunities here!...

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What do Death and Taxes Have in Common? Benjamin Franklin, one of the United States’ Founding Fathers, once said, “Nothing is certain except death and taxes.” It’s the time of the year for tax returns. According to a Bankrate.com poll, 84% of those receiving a refund will invest the money, save or pay down a debt. Have you considered investing your tax return for an eternal reward?  Your donation can help grow eternal dividends...

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I always rode my motorcycle without a helmet. One Monday morning, I woke up with my employer’s words of caution ringing in my ears, “I don’t want to see you riding that motorcycle without a helmet.” For the first time, I listened and headed down the road. As I approached an intersection, the light turned yellow so I stopped. I put my foot down and remember the sensation of being pushed. I didn’t know what was happening, but I had been...

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“Pomp and Circumstance” is ringing in the air as graduation season approaches. This life milestone means workplaces across the country are gaining a fresh crop of employees eager to begin chasing their dreams. Likewise, those employers desire to capture “the brightest and best” to work with them on behalf of their corporate mission. One question:  Into what kind of “real world” are today’s...

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“Conflicted.”   That’s just one word to describe the emotions the women must have felt as they walked through pre-dawn dimness toward their stark destination: a tomb. But it wasn’t just any tomb – it was His tomb…the tomb of the One who… … declared that He is Life. … promised that whoever believes in Him will never die. … restored life to individuals who had died. Yet hours earlier, His lifeless body had been laid in the cold...

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