Live well, do good, be true

By Byron Borger This post originally appeared at the blog Booknotes. It is from the book Serious Dreams, a collection of commencement speeches. LIVE WELL, DO GOOD, BE TRUE: AN INTRODUCTION Here is my long introduction to Serious Dreams.  There was one more set of edits after this version, but this edition is handy for [Read More...]

Encouraging ALL calls to ministry!

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This post was originally written for an audience of Methodists in Indiana but we here at M:W thought its message was well worth sharing with the rest of you…as an encouraging word, and as an excellent model of how a church can lift up the ministry of all believers. By Mike Coyner Sunday, May 24th, [Read More...]

A slow leak

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By Mike Coyner Recently the left rear tire on my car starting losing air. My car has a warning light to let me know when a tire is low on air pressure, so each time the warning light came on I would stop at a gas station and put some more air into the tire. [Read More...]

Did you know you were created to work?

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We’re pleased to offer an excerpt today and yesterday from the new Bible on Business: 31 Days to More Faithful Work devotional plan available from YouVersion. By Erisa Mutabazi Most people spend the majority of their waking hours working, yet have never fully grasped the idea that God created us to work. In fact, work [Read More...]

What good is religion in business?

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We’re pleased to offer an excerpt today and tomorrow from the new Bible on Business: 31 Days to More Faithful Work devotional plan available from YouVersion.   By Liam Glover What can a religious guy offer a business guy like me? The fishermen (small business guys) are working hard, despite a disappointing night. In the [Read More...]

Not everyone can be a leader

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By Stephen Milliken Confession: I have a problem with leadership rhetoric. I do not like how I have heard it discussed, practiced, or even taught. For years, I’ve had a rocky relationship with the word and I couldn’t quite pinpoint the problem. Still, the uneasy feeling continues to fester to such an extent that it [Read More...]


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