Monthly Archives: February 2014

Seven Reasons Why a Scientist Believes in God

A. Cressy Morrison, an accomplished Ph. D. chemist who was once president of the New York Academy of Sciences, published the following statement in 1944 under the title, “Man Does Not Stand Alone.” Readers Digest Books published a condensed version under … Continue reading

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Planning My Funeral

I just read Life’s Greatest Lesson by Dr. Allen Hunt. It’s the true story of a grandmother’s funeral written from the perspective of her 9-year-old grandson. The story captured me on many levels, but the first, the most basic, was … Continue reading

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My Wrong Turn

As I walked to my car, already pressed to get to my next meeting across town, I was in an emotionally charged conversation on my cell phone. A colleague was talking about the importance of communicating to transitioning foster kids … Continue reading

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