mothers day

On Courage
April 1, 2007

I wonder why courage is so often stereotyped as a male trait. For many, the word conjures an image of the lone man, defying odds, standing tall, leading the charge. John F. Kennedy’s Pulitzer prize-winning book, “Profiles in Courage” profiles only men. Yet the most courageous people I have met were women. For men, courage […]

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Beautiful Feet of Clay
May 1, 2006

Pardon me while I climb down from my pedestal. Why have I found myself so precariously placed? I will take some of the blame. You see, I want you to think well of me. I want you to be confident in Jews for Jesus. I want you to be proud of our achievements. So I […]

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