Month: December 2010


It hurts when our expectations are not met by others.  When we believe something to be true and hope that others will align themselves with our standards, we set ourselves up for failure.  The most influential aspect of our expectations being met or not met is their attainability.  Attainability of expectations is not based on […]


My wife and I were discussing the value of investing in new believers and developing ministers.  We were not debating the value of the investment, but instead were listing the many ways that such an investment could be made.  Fully aware of the church and all that churches do to help support these individuals, we […]