Monthly Archives: December 2018

3 Resolutions for Journalists: Salutes to Truth as We Enter 2019

Thought-leaders in the journalism community are starting to talk more openly and urgently about the need for practitioners of the craft to recognize their need to stand tall for truth. Since so many people today are journalists or other purveyors … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Know”–That’s Music to my Ears

  A television commentator recently made a remark that has caused me to ponder once again some trends in our culture and in the way we communicate. With tongue in cheek, he predicted that, in the not too distant future, … Continue reading

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A Little Child Shall Lead Them (and Tell the Story, too)

Enjoy this! I received it from my friend Kyle Heimann, whose morning radio program can be heard here. You can spread the word about his daily Advent emails, which were the source for this video. Happy Advent!

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