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When I was a student in seminary wearing coats and ties to class every day, John Molloy came out with his best selling book called Dress for Success. For over two decades he had been America's leading image consultant and claimed to have done research on over 60,000 executives to find ou
One of the things I love about serving at Valley View is having a front row seat and watching the transformation that is happening in people's lives all over our church community. I was talking to a man this week who's been a believer just about a year now and I asked him what God has ch
Do you remember the day you came alive spiritually?
February is American Heart Month and February 14, Valentine's Day, is Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Day. Did you realize that? I didn't, but in reading about that this week I was reminded again that the number one killer in America is heart disease.
I can remember it like it was yesterday. Standing on the winner's podium on the pool deck at Lafayette College surrounded by our swim team chanting, "We're #1! We're # 1! We're #1!" As an athlete you dream about the day you can hold up your index finger and have it really mean something. And we c
One of the greatest films of all time is the Wizard of Oz. It's one of my favorites. Released back in 1939 by MGM studios it was nominated for six Academy Awards and quickly went on to become a classic. It's one of the most watched movies of all time.
Christmas Day was extra special this year for a man named Andrew "Jack" Whittaker of Scott Depot, West Virginia, a little town about 20 miles west of Charleston.