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What Would Jesus Post?

What Would Jesus Post?

On 3/13 Butch Adams wrote: For those of us that are trying to live a Christian lifestyle (or may want to in the future,) it is vitally important to control what we post about ourselves on the Internet. Once it is out there, it is out there forever. Since we are the product, the effect is compounded because our data is being actively ... Figuring Out What Jesus Would Post

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3 Stars

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20,000 Days and Counting

20,000 Days and Counting

On 3/1 Butch Adams wrote: 20,000 Days and Counting did not change my life. But then, no book will. “The Robert D” (Robert D. Smith) did not come right out and say it, but he showed me I have a lot of work to do. If I want to do something other than drift through the next 20,000 days of my life, there are some definite steps ... Book Review: 20,000 Days and Counting

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4 Stars

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Wisdom Meets Passion

Wisdom Meets Passion

On 11/2 Butch Adams wrote: If you have followed Dan Miller at all with his 48 Days to the Work You Love, No More Dreaded Mondays or his blogs and podcasts then nothing in this book will surprise you. Dan and his son Jarad do inspire in their tag team approach to explaining the goal of working and living well. I have been following ... Book Review: Wisdom Meets Passion

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4 Stars

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Popes and Bankers

Popes and Bankers

On 9/22 Butch Adams wrote: One of my hobbies is looking for connections between successful businesses and godly principles. Even if the business owners do not know it, they often used a philosophy found in the Proverbs or the Sermon on the Mount to lead their company. I am also somewhat of a history buff so the description of ... Book Review: Popes and Bankers

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4 Stars

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Living Life in the Zone

Living Life in the Zone

On 3/6 Butch Adams wrote: Being a big tough man might be the single biggest call to action from our peers growing up. It is painful to think what irreversible damage has been done in marriages, friendships and fatherhood by the macho attitudes. The inability to overcome this worldview could be a major roadblock to achieving excellence ... Book Review: Living Life in The Zone

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4 Stars

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