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The University of Hard Knocks

By Dave Henning / November 27, 2023

“You find yourself far from home, far from hope, and far from the life you’d hoped to find.  You’re working hard on an advanced degree from the University of Hard Knocks, and graduation seems forever away.  If that describes you, before you blame Laban or scowl at Leah, take a long look in the mirror.”- […]


Extraordinary in costume = ordinary

By Dave Henning / November 6, 2020

“What we think is ordinary is extraordinary in costume.  There are no ordinary days, for each one of them is handcrafted by life’s great Artisan. . . .  God doesn’t solely number our days for us.  We are supposed to number them too.  Numbering days is not striving; rather, it is stewardship and a posture […]


Wait for it patiently

By Dave Henning / June 19, 2016

“But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently.”- Romans 8:25 Twenty-five years ago Richard Thaler, a professor of behavioral science and economics at the University of Chicago, posed a simple question: “Would you prefer one apple in one year or two apples in one year and one […]

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