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What I Learned About Leadership Listening to the Nixon Tapes
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Here in DC, the local C-Span radio station has been playing the Nixon tapes in the evenings. I often drive to Alexandria in the evening to let my dog swim and spend some time by the river so I get about a half hour to listen. Then, recently, I decided to listen to the ones available online. Recipients of his calls ranged from Billy Graham to Henry Kissinger. And they’re fascinating. When else will we be able to hear a sitting President talking candidly, having forgotten he was being recorded?

Anyway, what I learned first and foremost from the tapes was this [...]

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4 Reasons for Optimism in Today’s World
Justin Zoradi
By Justin Zoradi
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There is a lot of bad news out there. If you turn on the TV, the stories on the news describe grim economic times, a world at war, the breakdown of society, and a pending zombie apocalypse.

This type of news messes with our belief systems. More than anything it makes us afraid. Unless bomb shelters count, scared people don’t create much. They don’t create because they are pre-occupied with protecting what is closest to them. This is [...]

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Choosing to Be Lonely Over a Bad Relationship is Radical Self-Respect
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I caught the movie The Way Way Back this weekend and enjoyed it. It’s one of those art-house films that stands up and makes you wish some of these movies had larger marketing budgets.

The film is really about a kid’s coming of age, his realization that life and love aren’t perfect, and his subtle encouragement to his mom to not settle.

That theme gives this movie the feel of an anti-love story. Not to say it’s against love, but it’s about one of those tough relationships in which [...]

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Sunday Morning Sermon – Richard Rohr on the Most Diminished Way to View the Bible
By Donald Miller
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Saturday Morning Cereal: The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
By Tim Schurrer
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What if Being “Content” is Ruining Your Life?
By Allison Vesterfelt
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Why I Don’t Believe We Know the Truth Yet
By Donald Miller
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Why Perfectionism is Dead to Me
By Al Andrews
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Theological Sophistication Doesn’t Bind Us: Thoughts on What Really Brings Us Together
By Becca Stevens
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The Supreme Court and Jesus: What Christians Can Learn About Submitting to a Document
By Donald Miller
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Sunday Morning Sermon – Mark Wahlberg on Prison, Faith, and Gratitude
By Donald Miller
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