Fundamental Friday: Reliability builds trustworthiness

Thank God it’s Fundamental Friday. This weekly article will venture into the fundamental elements of a variety of aspects of our lives and present the questions to us all, “Are we fundamental sound?” Reliability: The fundamental word for this Friday. Reliability is the quality of being trustworthy or of performing consistently well. Trustworthy is able […]

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The day I first experienced God

I got to know God on an intimate, personal level the day I contemplated suicide as a heavily-burdened teenager, broken and unmercifully swallowed up by other people’s demons. I was in a bad place. That place led me down the path of thinking about taking my own life. How I arrived there at that point […]

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Fundamental Friday: The audacity to be great

Thank God it’s Fundamental Friday. This weekly article will venture into the fundamental elements of a variety of aspects of our lives and present the questions to us all, “Are we fundamental sound?” Audacity: The fundamental word for this Friday. Audacity is the willingness to take a bold risk. This willingness is often demonstrated by […]

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Fundamental Friday: Trust the process

Thank God it’s Fundamental Friday. This weekly article will venture into the fundamental elements of a variety of aspects of our lives and present the question to us all, “Are we fundamental sound?” Trust: The fundamental word for this Friday. Trust is a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or […]

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Fundamental Friday: Preparing for success

Thank God it’s Fundamental Friday. This weekly article will venture into the fundamental elements of a variety of aspects of our lives and present the questions to us all, “Are we fundamentally sound?” Preparation: The fundamental word for this Friday. Preparation is the action or process of making ready or being made ready to use […]

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Is War Evil?….You decide.

In light of the recent developments in Syria, the question arises among many as to the morality of war. The Obama Administration has successfully withdrawn troops from Iraq, a long costly engagement to the United States, in terms of lives and money. Reportedly, the War in Iraq and the Afghanistan War cost the U.S. upward […]

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