Daily Archives: January 8, 2012

Summary of Edwin Friedman’s ‘A Failure of Nerve’: Part 1

Other Posts in Series: Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6 I am presently reading Edwin H. Friedman’s A Failure of Nerve: Leadership in the Age of the Quick Fix, a provocative, stimulating, and eminently quotable book which challenges … Continue reading

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Matt Colvin on Missionary Support

Matt Colvin blogs on the subject of missionary support: One of the goals of giving a handout to a bum is to avoid entering into any deeper relationship with the beggar: toss him some money and walk on. By contrast, … Continue reading

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Tebow’s Faith and Ours

A friend just alerted me to Daniel Foster’s thought-provoking article on Tim Tebow. I am sure that a number of you will have read it before, and will be familiar with (and perhaps exhausted by) the discussion surrounding Tebow’s faith … Continue reading

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