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What Happens When Creativity Dies

Walt Disney – one of the greatest innovators of the 20th century – once said: “I can never stand still. I must explore and experiment. I am never satisfied with my work. I resent the limitations of my own imagination.” Innovation is the preamble of progress. Our world is riddled with systems and structures and […]

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The One Name That’s Bigger Than The Company

The world is filled with ambitious people. They dream about their goals and how they can add value to everyone with a new product or service. Some of these people execute their ideas and become founders and CEOs of startups. As the companies scale, so does the founder’s name recognition. This is where the company […]

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Word Count

Do you have a favorite Christian author? Growing up I enjoyed the novels of C.S. Lewis and in high school a friend introduced me to his masterpiece Mere Christianity. But it wasn’t until college that I discovered the books of my favorite author, the 19th century Christian leader Ellen White. Consistently, I’ve found her writings (such as […]

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Where Love Is, There God Is Also

NOTE: Have you ever wondered what it really means to live the gospel? Last Tuesday I concluded Cross Connection with a short adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s Where Love Is, There God Is Also. But the story needs to be read in full in order to completely understand what it really means to live the gospel. […]

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Jesus is the King!

What was the central message of Jesus? This post is by Matt Ritchie. He collects lines in Christmas songs that declare that Jesus is King: Most American Christians tend to think of the gospel in soterian terms. That is, we think of it as a description of the means by which God saves (usually) individual people. […]

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