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Compromise In the Workplace: How Far Should You Go?

June 28th 2013 No comments yet  

Compromise in the Workplace Ever since I switched my ill-fated biology major to mass communications the summer after my freshman year in college, I’ve dreamed of a career in sports media. I like covering games, and I love writing columns, but it’s my dream to host a major morning drive radio show. Getting paid to sit in a room and talk about sports while it gets broadcast to thousands of people. You know that old line about finding the right job and not …

Shedding the Weight: Freeing Ourselves of Unnecessary Baggage

March 27th 2013 1 comment so far  

Shedding the WeightLet’s get this out of the way first: God made me a big boy. Born weighing ten pounds with a cantaloupe-sized head, I’ve never been “standard” sized.

Sure, it came in handy sometimes. Few kids thought it was worth the trouble to mess with me, and when my Mom finally let me sign up for football in the fifth grade, I was a hot commodity, despite having never played. Second overall pick in the 2001 Frisco Football League draft, thank you very much.

But …

Staff Recommended Summer Reads

July 12th 2012 No comments yet  

Looking for an interesting book to read as you bask in the summer sun? Our very own Stonebriar staff weighed in on their favorite spiritual reads. (Check out more recommendations in the latest issue of the Connection!)

Recommended by Lynne Laminack, Connecting and Equipping Ministries:

The Grace Awakening, Chuck Swindoll.  Believing in grace is one thing. Living it is another. In this best-selling classic, Swindoll awakens readers to the life-impacting realities of God’s grace, the freedom and joy it brings, the fear …

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