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God In My Everything

God In My Everything: How An Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God

Ken Shigematsu

Monks, Samurai, ancient rhythms, touching real-life stories, guiding principles, life-changing prescriptions and practical insights all serve as key ingredients for this instructive and entertaining book by Ken Shigematsu.

Whatever your roles and place in life, this real, open and insightful book is for you. Ken does a great job of blending timeless truths with current-day … Continue Reading

Transforming the lives of orphaned children and building hope for the future of Swaziland is the focus of Bulembu Ministries. My son, Nathan and I traveled to Bulembu last year as part of our African missions trip and were honoured to get a guided tour.

Here is a short video with the highlights of our visit to Bulembu.

Located in northwestern Swaziland, the town of Bulembu is home to hundreds … Continue Reading

How well do you navigate travel delays?  If you travel, you will experience delays.

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Here are the seven best tips I have discovered for navigating those pesky delays when they occur:

1. Be prepared – Preparedness is a Core Value at Creation Technologies and it certainly pertains well to travel.  I always carry a good book in my briefcase plus more on my Kindle, charge my device batteries the night Continue Reading

If you want to be a great leader, you need to pay attention to what other leaders are saying.  Last year, as I do each year, I attended the Willow Creek Association Global Leadership Summit and, in addition to numerous learnings, came away with several instructive and encouraging quotes.

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Here are a dozen great quotes from the 2012 Global Leadership Summit:

“Your energy and the ability to energize others is

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15 years ago, one woman started enriching the lives of orphans in a rural community severely impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic by starting a preschool in an open field.  Today, an exciting project is underway to help make a difference for the entire community.

 

Watch this short video of Bonani Hadebe, National Director – ACOP Zimbabwe, describing the need, vision, progress and plans.


 

While in Africa earlier this year, my Continue Reading

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Generosity is not what you do, but who you become in the doing.
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