Video Length Matters in an Digital World

I’ve been teaching for a long time that too many churches and religious organizations are making a huge mistake by only posting full length sermons and teachings on either their website or podcasts. Certainly it’s fine (and a good idea) to...


Let's Find Out the Facts

There are so many inaccurate reports on the “death of traditional TV” out there. There’s no question that millions are moving online, but it’s really a question of platforms more than content. In other words, programming created...


Have you ever been in a “discussion” (or argument) with someone who just wouldn’t let it die? They make their point, but can’t seem to let it go? In those cases, more does not mean better. In fact, the more they argue, the more they undermine what they’re trying to...


A Lesson on Impacting Culture through Entertainment

One of the reasons the Christian community continues to be marginalized in the culture is that we’re not engaging well in the area of arts and entertainment. We prefer to hold debates, apologetics conferences, create media for Christians,...


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Through two brief moments of silence, Michael Reagan, son of the late U.S. President Ronald Reagan and his first wife Jane Wyman, powerfully expressed both the need to be forgiven and to forgive as he opened his heart to Liberty University students in Convocation on Wednesday.

After sharing...


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Do you ever get uneasy—or even afraid—when you’re close to achieving something big in your life? I do. In our recent relaunch of Platform University, for instance, we started with fewer responses than I anticipated.

I began estimating the results for the entire campaign...


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It’s rare to find a well-known media personality who openly discusses abstinence, which is why “Inside Edition” correspondent Megan Alexander’s candid approach to the topic has captured headlines over the years.

Alexander, who’s out with a new book this week...


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This morning I googled “hope,” looking for the perfect image to accompany this post. Instead, I found myriad counterfeit hope-bearers – everything from pictures of stone angels to psychological diagrams to the well-intended “trust yourself” types of...


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In working with family-owned businesses for several years now, I’ve seen one pattern of relating that consistently doesn’t work over the long term.  In many families there is a mantra that dictates the family members’ behavior, and that can carry over to the business as...


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Fair may not feel equal

By Hal Runkel, Posted September 20th 2016

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Live so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you.
(H. Jackson Brown Jr.)

The term “fair” has been thrown around so much (particularly by children) I think we’ve lost sight of what it really means. To exude fairness is to be without bias or...