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Uncertainty About Your Future Might Actually Be Okay
John Richmond
By John Richmond
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I feel bad for graduates. It’s that time of year: caps, gowns, diplomas, and those troubling questions: “What’s next?” “Where are you headed?” “Do you have a plan?” The questions themselves are not bad and the people who ask them are generally well intentioned. Yet one of the great lies that haunts our culture is […]

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How to Make Complicated Problems Very Simple
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Last week Betsy and I took our first vacation since our Honeymoon and it was great. We rented a convertible and drove up the California coast, stopping each night to stay with friends. The sunshine was incredible, the wine was terrific and the conversations were great. The only problem was the water. And it’s a […]

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How Do So Many Good People Get Away With Bad Things?
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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A couple weeks ago I watched a documentary called Happy Valley about the recent controversy surrounding the Penn State football program. It’s a terribly sad story, mostly centering around former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky having molested and raped many young boys he recruited through his program for at-risk kids called The Second Mile. The documentary […]