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The One True Institution That’s Too Big To Fail

family too big to fail

“Too Big To Fail” That phrase became popular following the collapse of Lehman Brothers and other financial institutions in the U.S. The “too big to fail” theory: ” … asserts that certain corporations, particularly financial institutions, are so large and so interconnected that their failure would be disastrous to the ...

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Which Father are you?

Well-rounded Dad This is the typical nuclear home dad. This father gets the privilege of raising his children with their mother. He offers support, guidance, attention, and provision. Most times he’s a disciplinarian, yet a “softy.” He takes care of his children, but not without frequent consultations from God. (Ephesians ...

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Is Success Based on Your Ability to Worry Well?

Crossroads: Success or Failure by Chris Potter of StockMonkeys.com, www.stockmonkeys.com.

I know people who believe worry is the key to their success. If they don’t worry about the account, the sales, the market, their kids, their relationships or their personal finances, then they are not being responsible. Worrying about these things keeps them in check. It makes them a good ...

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Teen Girls: From Prey To Power (Dads Read, Too!)

God knew what He was doing when He designed the family to consist of father, mother, and child(ren). When we depart from God’s design, dysfunction wedges in and poisons all the members of the family. If a father is absent, the entire family suffers. He may be present in the ...

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Advice for New Mothers

 As a new mom, the suggestions and recommendations on the best way to raise your child can be overwhelming or even mind numbing making a mother fearful or doubtful of her abilities.  Although it is natural to express concerns, especially since a baby does not come with an instruction manual, too much information ...

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