Tag Archives: presence

Two lessons from the Mayflower

The day on which I write this is the anniversary 395 years ago of the sailing of the ship Mayflower for the New World. It was chartered by a group of merchants known as “the London Adventurers” and carried 102 settlers. I can only guess what visions and dreams motivated those Adventurers and settlers. I’d […]

God is here for us

Dale Carnegie, the great self-improvement author of more than a half-century ago, claimed you can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you. That’s good advice for the church, too. I think it even works with […]