Monthly Archives: March 2018

Truly Dangerous

Raising kids is so problematic. We hear it all the time; children don’t come with instruction manuals. Most certainly, I did not have an instruction manual. I was a tough kid to handle; scrawny would be the best word to … Continue reading

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Biblical Insecurity?

In The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor, one can easily get lost in the conclusion that all of us have factors in our lives which cause us to suffer distorted outlooks on reality. In essence, we don’t see ourselves … Continue reading

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A New Vision…

October 18, 2016 My wife asks me not to dwell on that day, to move on, but that day was an extreme defining moment in my life. On that day, I had the first serious injury to my body and … Continue reading

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What We See…

The human body is an amazing miracle. When I consider how the body works, I am amazed. It is truly one of God’s miracles. The human body is so complex that I can point to any number of body parts … Continue reading

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“Through the Glass Darkly”

The self-concept is the relatively stable set of perceptions you hold of yourself.* It can change over time but for the most part it does not. It occurs due to a combination of many factors, but to keep this topic … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Act of Blogging on Labberton

I am going to say something that will elicit very few tears from anyone who reads this blog. Blogging can be hard. No one makes me do this. I do it because I like it. Maybe it accomplishes a purpose … Continue reading

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Self-Esteem and Helping Others…

When I was in graduate school, I had a chance to express my research interests and what I chose to study was a negotiation between me and my dissertation director. He had the things he was interested in and I … Continue reading

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