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Your Most Important Business Partner May Surprise You
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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This past week I visited a friends ranch where he’d invited some guys to go fishing. It’s a sprawling, 65-thousand acre ranch in Central Oregon with several lakes stocked with trout and one lake stocked with Bass. There are elk, deer, and we even saw a couple black bear. My friend is very successful, and […]

On God as Father
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Last week I got to appear on Fox News, just before Fathers Day. I had a great visit with the folks at The Strategy Room and I’m thankful for them being willing to talk openly about both God and the Fatherless Crisis. They put a clip online, but it’s just a short sample of the […]

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One of the Marks of God’s Creation is Infinite Complexity
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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When we begin believing there are simple explanations for the happenings of the universe, we are in dangerous territory. Physics is not simple. The complex nature and enormity of the universe is not simple, the ecosystem is not simple and so forth. So when I hear a theologian or philosopher talk about how simple reality is, […]

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A Message for Fathers Day
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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This past week I stopped by the White House to hear about the initiatives the President will be rolling out during a White House celebration of Fathers Day on Monday and I left encouraged and excited. I remember when I first started talking about mentoring and fatherhood a few short years ago how little discussion […]

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A Perspective on the World Cup
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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If you’re like me, you’re kind of loving the world cup. The drama of nation pitted against nation and the modern-day gladiator feel of each match is too much to ignore. And it’s also hard to argue that the players competing this month in South Africa aren’t the greatest all-around athletes in the world. Anybody […]

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Were We Designed to be Mastered?
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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This past weekend I read a sermon by Ray Stedman regarding Romans 6. Ray focussed, in part, on the idea we can either be enslaved by sin or enslaved by righteousness. It’s a passage I am familiar with but he talked about it in a way that was new to me, new and helpful. The […]

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The Stuff of Good Friendships
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Last week I opened a discussion about being judgmental, and how a good listener can listen without judging the person he is listening to. I asked us to pay attention to when we think less of people and asked us to ponder our motives… Now to clarify, I am not talking about judging actions, I […]

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How bad Habits Create Boring Stories
By Donald Miller
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The Absolute Power of an Apology
By Donald Miller
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Bob Goff Turns the Idea of Charity Upside Down
By Donald Miller
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How to Discover Your Core Values and Why it Matters
By Donald Miller
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