Monthly Archives: February 2020

I will tell His Majesty what a King is!

Rorke Denver: Commander’s Coffee Feb 2015

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What’s a fellowship?

by Seth Godin For five hundred years, a fellowship was understood, Tolkien-style, to be a collection of humans engaged in mutual support. [Definition] It’s hard to imagine something more reassuring, challenging and productive, all at once. To be part of … Continue reading

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Freedom vs. Slavery

The media, talk-radio & so-called pundits are always talkin’: “far right” “alt-right” “far-left” “alt-left” #conservative #progressive #capitalism/ #socialism . . . #yaddayaddayadda Yet, when you boil it down; there are 2 choices: #freedom vs. #slavery. Period! #TLYAW

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No Factor

a la the Jocko philosophy . . .

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Are ‘Super Apps’ the Future?

By Betsy Atkins I Article According to the Mary Meeker internet trends report, 51% of the world (3.8 billion people) are internet users, an increase from 49% (3.6 billion) in 2017. Smartphones are the primary internet access point for many … Continue reading

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Lessons from Old Testament Leaders

Principles of Leadership for Everyday Living, by R. Herbert (click link bove for .PDF) From the introduction: “Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, like the stars for … Continue reading

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