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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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