Monthly Archives: May 2014

The God in us

Here’s a story that may be perfect for Memorial Day and the sixth Sunday of Easter. It’s about an old man and his wife sitting in the parking lot of a supermarket. They’re having engine trouble, and the hood of their car is raised. A younger man approaches, and the older man steps out of […]

Vessel of grace

1992 was a bad year for Great Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. The Prince of Wales separated from Diana, whose de facto autobiography, published that same year, depicted her as a betrayed, self-mutilating bulimic. Sarah, the recently estranged wife of her other son, the Duke of York, appeared in the tabloids topless, having her toes nibbled by […]

Love from the heart

Love one another deeply from the heart. (1 Peter 1:22) To live, to love, to learn, to leave a legacy. That’s the essence of what we need to do if we are to live fulfilling lives, according to Steven Covey. Twenty years ago, Covey helped launch a new generation of time and life management with […]