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Posted: November 4th, 2012 | Blog | Comments (1)

Sitting at the airport in Manila en route to Guam it is hard to imagine what our world would be like without zippers. Both my carry on and check in luggage has several zippers. Inside these bags my passport holder, toiletry case, nutritional supplement pouch and clothing all have zippers.

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Posted: November 2nd, 2012 | Blog | Comments (1)

Manila is quiet at this time of year. It's a long weekend and people go to the provinces to pay their respects to the dead. Our own village was empty. You could tell from the dark houses that people were out of town. I know that my neighbors at my right and left were gone, their houses were dead silent. Ahh, a great time to be in Manila.

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Posted: October 29th, 2012 | Blog | Comments (0)

We all want to be confident without being prideful (well maybe not all). And we all want to be secure and not succumb to insecurity. And yet as the illustration below shows confidence and security are slippery slopes that can quickly devolve into pride and insecurity. What to do?

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Posted: October 22nd, 2012 | Blog | Comments (2)

Looking at this picture that Marie snapped one morning while I was reading my Bible captures my 30 year relationship with this woman: my world would have been without color. It would have been all about work, rules, disciplines, and practices instead of relationships - which are much much more important.

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Posted: October 16th, 2012 | Blog, The Lego Principle | Comments (8)

A big thank you to Dr. Joel Hunter and the leadership of Northland Church in Longwood, Florida for allowing The LEGO Principle to be launched there. Am so encouraged how about how God opened the door, only God could have orchestrated this.


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Posted: October 11th, 2012 | Blog | Comments (0)

So glad that my parents made it to the Manila book launch of The LEGO Principle. Pop who is now 83 and Mom who is 81 were my very first believers. Thank you to both for believing and praying all these years.

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Posted: October 5th, 2012 | Blog, Real Lives | Comments (0)

After landing in Norfolk in Virginia for The LEGO Principle televison interview at 700 Club, my son David and I were picked up by the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) limo. The driver was a man named Roberto. An amiable and courteous man dressed in a police uniform. Roberto is part of the police force that safeguards CBN and the Regent University. On the drive from the airport I found out about Roberto's amazing story.


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Posted: September 30th, 2012 | Blog, Publications, The Lego Principle | Comments (0)

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