Category Archives: Recovery Road

Recovery Road: Part 4 – Entitlement

Are we we too worried about what we’re entitled to? And not worried enough about what we’re doing with what we’re entitled to? Jesus, the Son of God, was entitled to his apostles’ praise. Yet rather than demanding his due, … Continue reading

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Recovery Road – Part 3: Our National Debt (Spending) Crisis

We can be a nation that makes interest or that pays interest. The choice should be obvious. Yet, somewhere along the way, our national perspective on that choice changed. Debt used to be a burden of the poor. Now it’s … Continue reading

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Recovery Road – Part 2: In God We Trust

In God We Trust. Or do we? It’s our national motto. But is it still true? Let’s challenge the nation to change our rhetoric and declare our Dependence Day—dependence on Almighty God—like King Solomon did. Like Abraham Lincoln did. Like … Continue reading

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Recovery Road, Part 1: We the People

Unemployment is up. Stocks are down. Furloughs are impacting our finances. Health Care is broken. And everybody’s pointing fingers. If you are like most Americans, you’re wondering what’s going on in Washington. And you’re probably wondering what you’re supposed to … Continue reading

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