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Japan, We Are Still Praying For You

As you know, on Friday, March 11th a 9.0 earthquake rocked Japan and caused a tsunami that devastated the nation.  Two evenings later at a Passion City Church service in Atlanta, I had the opportunity to be part of a prayer and reflection time for the Japanese people which I will never forget. Fortunately, someone in attendance had a […]

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10 Most Popular Posts Of March 2011 – A Month From Hell

March 2011 will be a month I will never forget.  Many things happened that will leave lasting memories and that was reflected in what the readers felt were the most popular posts.  The #1 post is about a man on a highway to hell.  Posts #2 and #9 were about hell on earth – Japan.  […]

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4 Stories From Survivors Of The Japanese Earthquake And Tsunami

Leaders should always live their lives with the end in mind.  The Daily Mail has chronicled some stories of the survivors of this past weekend’s tragic events in Japan.  The great lesson to me was the commonality of each story is that when faced with death, it was their family that was most important.  “Hiromitsu Shinkawa was found floating […]

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Leaders, Here Is Why You Need To Ditch Your Assumptions

Joel Achenbach of the Washington Post wrote a very interesting article on Japanese geologists.  You see, these geologists have long predicted a major earthquake in Japan.  However, this event was not to happen 80 miles off the coast but rather 231 miles southwest.  This would have placed it along a fault line just southwest of Tokyo. “It took place in a stretch […]

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Where Is God During Times Of Crisis?

Some posts are simply for me.  This would be one of those times.  Words simply cannot explain what we have witnessed today as a result of the largest earthquake in Japan’s history.  Our deepest prayers, sympathies, and thoughts go out to the people of this devastated area. Many of you may be wondering – Where is […]

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