It is noon the day after the election, and we still are unsure as to who will lead our country for the next four years. Pollsters and prognosticators tried to avoid uncertainty; graphs and charts showed us all the various ways people vote and possible outcomes. But people–and the science behind elections–are always approximations, andContinue reading “Lessons from Election Day”
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Heads up, Light Touch, and Keep Running!
By Rev. Matt Sapp A few years ago, I gave my wife Julie a hang-gliding trip as a birthday present. We spent the night in Chattanooga and got up early in the morning for a lesson at Lookout Mountain where she and two other students spent a few hours with an instructor to learn theContinue reading “Heads up, Light Touch, and Keep Running!”