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Edward Snowden @Snowden, who used to work for the U.S. government, now lives in Russia and works for the public as director of Freedom of the Press Foundation @FreedomofPress.  He opened a Twitter account on September 29, 2015, and within 3 hours he had 363K followers.

Derek Morris

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I have always been drawn to the story Jesus told about a lost sheep (Luke 15:4-7).  The message of this parable is simple: God loves all of His lost children and wants them to come home.

Stop for a moment and imagine the emotions the shepherd experienced when he noticed…

Derek Morris

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Intelligent leaders recognize that they can’t accomplish anything without the assistance of a capable cadre of co-workers. John Donne wrote, “No man is an island, entire of 

Willie E. Hucks II

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Reflecting upon the theme of revival and reformation, I continue to ask myself, “What does reformation look like in my life, family, local church, and denomination?

I recently pondered the story of Esau, Jacob, Isaac, and Rebekah (Gen. 27). The Divine promise spoke to Jacob’s future greatness…

Willie E. Hucks II

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