The Everest Effect

I saw a documentary recently on the climbers of Mount Everest. What I never understood before that makes the journey such a huge risk outside of weather, accidents, running out of supplies, etc. is this: The Death Zone. Every minute a climber spends above 26,000 feet to the summit at 29,000, the body is dying.


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1-800-HOWS-MY-DRIVING

The other night my wife and I were driving back to our home but still several miles away. We pulled up behind a Lexus SUV at a stoplight. When the light turned green, the driver didn’t move. I inched up some, hoping my lights would help him realize the light had turned. He finally pulled


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Redemption in the Rage

This week’s post is a bit different—unfortunately an R-rated true story that I will give in PG details. My ministry—517 Resources, Inc.—has partnered for many years with Andy Perkins of Bestwa, Inc. to minister to the children of Liberia, Africa, in communities still devastated by the horrible civil war there where child soldiers were the norm.


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