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Mapping Your God-given Design

Are you ready to make a job or career change? If so, you need a good map!

  • Kevin Brennfleck & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • March 08, 2010 |
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The View from Mount Nebo: Learning from Moses' Fall from Leadership

As Moses discovered, all leaders are dispensable. Especially when they forget the source of their power.

Regret-Free Living: Making Decisions Backwards

Here are some "backward thinking" principles you can use now to live a life that will culminate in experiencing a sense of joy, not regret, about what you have done with your time on earth.

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • March 01, 2010 |
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Buyer Beware: Addressing the Student Loan Problem

It isn’t right for financially incompetent young Americans to be penalized for decades because no adult who knew better stopped them from making a foolish financial mistake.

  • Dr. Mark Hendrickson |
  • February 26, 2010 |
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Are You Too Old?

I often have people tell me they think they are "too old" to: learn another language, go back to school, rebuild broken relationships, etc. But is this true?

Why the Economic Crisis is the Greatest Opportunity in 150 Years

If you are being impacted by the current economic downturn let me encourage you not to fear! We know who holds the future.

Is It Okay for Me to Opt Out of Social Security?

This question was recently sent to me from a young Baptist minister. Here's my response to it.

All Beginnings Are Hopeful

In all my years of coaching, I have never seen a person who has a clear plan and goals who is also depressed.

NewsNote: Just How Secular Can an Education Be?

Lisa Miller is taking Harvard University to task for its "crisis of faith" -- which amounts to a crisis in its curriculum for undergraduates. As Miller explains, "the Harvard faculty cannot cope with religion."

How to Plan for Business Success

Writing Your "Thank You" Letter after an Interview

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • February 12, 2010 |
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News Note: Where Are the Young Men?

On many campuses, young women now outnumber young men, and a gender gap of momentous importance is staring us in the face. For the first time, a generation of young women will be markedly more educated than their male generational cohort.

Preachers and Podiatrists: Is Some Work More Sacred?

Doing the work that God gifted us for—whether it be government work, writing, or a plumber—does not make us second-class Christians.

Earned Retirement – or Hedonism?

Is the only goal of our working life to get to the point we can stop working?

Embracing the Cross in Our Marketplace Call

Walking successfully through your season of the cross gives you the authority to minister the message God deposits into your life during that season and to fulfill the purpose for which God created you.

When One Spouse Travels: 5 Steps for Keeping the Peace

Today's economy is having more of an impact on families than just their income levels. In many cases, one spouse now has to travel in order to get or keep a job.

  • Deborah Thompson |
  • January 22, 2010 |
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American Idol: Distorted Dreams and Grand Illusions

A poll by the Pew Research Center reveals that 81% of 18-25-year-olds said getting rich is their generation's most important goal. Runner-up is being famous. Why should the church care?

The Calling of Christian Writers

Tolkien, Lewis, Tolstoy and O'Connor... these were great writers because of their Christian faith, not in spite of it. Is God calling you to tell a story?

Getting in Shape in 2010: Taking a "Fiscal Health Day”

When New York Times personal-finance writer Ron Lieber was furloughed for a few days, he had an idea: if he used one of his days to take care of long-languishing tasks related to his own personal finances, perhaps his unpaid time could actually pay off.

Under New Management

A compartmentalized life isn't often a healthy one because being a "whole" person requires the development of body, soul, mind and spirit.

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