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- The 2019 state of the union: a Trump triumph February 9, 2019As you may recall if you’ve followed my social media accounts, I have never been a supporter of Donald Trump. He has behaved badly throughout his life and he’s been consistent to that standard in his personal behavior as President. … Continue reading →
- An Inheritance for Christmas Future December 4, 2018This was prepared for a 2018 family devotional collection on the theme of Christmas past, present, and future. The observance of Christmas in Dickens story is the tableau upon which is built a morality play on the consequences of goodness … Continue reading →
- Values are the foundation of brands that have enduring success November 12, 2018A genuine brand is the public replica of private values. As individuals we learn to trust others when the fundamental values we hold sync with theirs. But when that trust breaks down, we question, and often limit, the relationship. Similarly, … Continue reading →
- The value of a strong master brand in the digital age November 11, 2018Creating and presenting a strong brand is all about establishing value.This is especially true if you are selling direct to consumers. If you have been dealing primarily with distributors or retailers, your brand is important–but to a lesser degree. As … Continue reading →
- The 7 C’s of Successful Communication October 29, 2018Communicating is simple. Right? Well, moving your lips may be easy, but effective communication can be mind-numbingly difficult. Even in friendships and marriages. Tough to get it right politics and religion. And yes, the right communication mix and messages are … Continue reading →
- Why worthy charities frequently stumble and fall October 26, 2018A group of our friends led a wonderful start-up that was trying to bring new perspectives to the environmental cause and reach faith-based constituencies who were not traditional supporters of these concerns. They had the plan worked out on paper, … Continue reading →
- Building Organizational Trust in an Age of Cynicism October 26, 2018In times of change, the last thing you need to experience—as an employee, a colleague, a corporate leader, or a customer—is the discovery that trust has been violated. Does any of this sound familiar? A person, group or organization has … Continue reading →
- Six New Business Trends October 25, 2018It’s always good sport to observe and predict trends in business and culture, and then look back in a year and two to see how it went! Here are 6 trends I’ve been reading about: 1. Millennials welcome Generation Z … Continue reading →
- Every day is a Day. March 7 is Mariah’s birthday! March 7, 2018Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Today is… Mariah Jewell’s birthday. It’s a national celebration! Or should be! Happy birthday Mariah, firstborn, beautiful and kind, bright and witty. Today in history In addition to Mariah’s birth in Evansville, Indiana, on this day … Continue reading →
- Every day is a Day. March 6 is National Oreo Cookie Day. March 7, 2018Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Today is… National Oreo Cookie Day. the Oreo cookie has become the best-selling cookie in the United States. The National Biscuit Company (today known as Nabisco) first developed and produced the “Oreo Biscuit” in 1912 at … Continue reading →
- The 2019 state of the union: a Trump triumph February 9, 2019
Category Archives: Detox
David Putman, author of DETOX for the Overly Religious has a helpful post on his blog on what he calls “redemptive imagination.” He writes A redemptive imagination is about going all in. How can I leverage my life for his … Continue reading
Detox: January 3rd 2010 David Putman from Mountain Lake Church on Vimeo.
David Putman talks about his new book DETOX for the Overly Religious.
“We must be born again from our religion, from our self-imposed yokes, from the weight of our burdens. It isn’t easy, but the result is a chance to break free from the weight we have borne and live in the … Continue reading
Bio Sketch David Putman Author of DETOX David Putman is executive pastor of Mountain Lake Church in Cumming, Georgia, north of Atlanta. Before writing Detox, Putman was the co-author of Breaking the Missional Code, and author of Breaking the Discipleship … Continue reading