Thought Thread: Keep

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Americans Own Less Stuff: Is This Bad?
It depends who you ask. This economist is nervous.

When I Can't See That I'm Wrong
Our biases can keep us from our best thinking.

Keeping Diversity at the Forefront
Before demanding it of others, non-profits should prioritize it themselves.  

My Thoughts: StartUp Church Planting
Last season’s StartUp podcast covered a new church in urban Philadelphia. Here is a brief reflection of my observations.

BOOK: Practicing the King’s Economy
An interesting read on a scriptural view of economic justice. Get a sense of this book through some selected quotes.

VIDEO: Choosing What To Keep
Maybe it's time to declutter your life. This visualized review of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up could help get you there.

We’re concluding the series on the Ten Commandments, recognizing that the connection between saying and doing is forged by keeping.

CLICK HERE to download a PDF transcript of Commandment Ten

A few notes: 
1. All Scriptures are taken from the New International Version
2. The Smyth and Helwys Exodus Commentary by William Johnstone is the source of exegetical content in this series. 
3. Feel free to customize the message for your audience. Since these sermons are heavier on commentary, there is no need to attribute the content.  

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