Mentoring This is sometimes seen as a short sharp course with the aim of reshaping a person. I’ve seen it done that way, and I don’t like it. Not at all. I much prefer to see it as a gentle developmental relationship with someone who is treated as a son or...
A little while ago I noticed an image on Instagram The words caught my attention—this is what they said: ‘So the LORD blessed Job in the second half of his life even more than in the beginning.’ Job 42:12. Memories from years ago came to mind Memories of God...
What if Mary hadn’t sat at the feet of Jesus, but had decided to toe the line instead? How about Rosa Parks, what if she had decided that the struggle was just too hard, and she could leave it to others to fight for civil rights? Or the women who became known as...
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Honolulu Heart Study - 8,006 Japanese/American Men - Age 45-68 - living in Hawaii, followed between 1965-1996 (Lancet 2001:358:351-355):
IGNORED Conclusion: "Our data accord w/ previous findings of increased mortality in elderly people with low serum cholesterol."