Monthly Archives: December 2012

In the New Year, Let Us Recalibrate How We Measure Failure and Success

Robert Lefkowitz, a physician and researcher at Duke University Medical Center, recently won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on drug receptors. In reading several articles about this remarkable man and his work, I found that a powerful … Continue reading

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Why God Allows Evil?

My wife and I belong to a small Christian community group. In light of last week’s tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, at our last meeting we discussed a question so many of us are struggling with: Why God allows evil in … Continue reading

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Fill Your Life with Resplendent Goals

December 2012 As the year recedes, may you begin to gather your thoughts of the loving kindnesses that have been given you in 2012. For what more powerful recollections can we focus upon than those of the many times the … Continue reading

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