And All the Multitude was Silent

Our university department trains leaders. We mentor leaders who face difficult and contentious conflict and have to make tough decisions. We have to train them to confront but also to find safe places to duck into. A safe place...
by Duane Covrig
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Right vs Righteous

He was the paragon of perfection. He was the epitome of the Jewish lifestyle well lived. He honored his parents, managed his money well, worked hard six days a week and rested the Seventh. He controlled his anger and was &helli...
by Duane Covrig
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Resolutions & Regrets: A New Year

What are you plans for 2015? Finish a degree? Get married? Have children? Help the children you have? Travel more? Survive cancer? A web site tracking resolutions list the top 10 as: Lose weight Get organized Spend Less. Save M...
by Duane Covrig
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Three Stories that Frame the Moral Life: God’s, Satan’s, and Yours

The following is longer than usual and Adapted from a talk given at Andrews Academy, Sept 9, 2014….   Seniors, Thank you for letting me talk with you on your special day. Your motto “Bene in Christo” is in Latin. &he...
by Duane Covrig
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The Sabbath as Moral Healing and Training

In his controversial book, The Righteous Mind, and on several YouTube videos Jonathan Haidt talks about the six main moral values that help frame people’s sense of right and wrong. He notes that liberals tend to focus on ...
by Duane Covrig
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Moral Manhood- Eldredge Six Stages & Ethical Learning

John Eldredge has written many books (Wild at Heart, Epic, Utter Relief of Holiness, etc.) designed to help men understand the different stages of life and the moral growth each will give them opportunity to develop. A man can ...
by Duane Covrig
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