The Faith Healer

Shipwrecked and Enslaved In 1527, Pánfilo de Narváez was sent by Spain’s King Charles V to explore a section of the New World the Spanish called La Florida, including not only present-day Florida but a large, poorly-defined section of what today is the southeastern United States....

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Ray Dalio is an Idiot!

A Lot of Money but Not Much Up Top! So, I'm intrigued by Ray Dalio. Ray Dalio is an American billionaire investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. Dalio is the founder of investment firm Bridgewater Associates, one of the world's largest hedge funds. As of January 2019,...

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Staff Thursday: Mike Laurence

Every now and then I publish a blog on a staff member (used to be called "Staff Thursday"). Today: Lead Pastor, Mike Laurence. Rhode Island Bred So, frankly, this is awkward. It's much easier for me to write a blog on any other staff person than my Boss! But...

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How to be Signficant

Every now and then I'm asked (this is a good Faith Group ice breaker): What is your earliest childhood memory? I have two and I'm not sure which came first: my mother in my childhood home, and playing on the playground of Menlo Church in...

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Staff Thursday: Dorian Botsis

Every Thursday (sorta — e.g. today is Monday) I publish a blog about a person on staff at FCC who loves the Lord and serves you. Today, Dorian Botsis, Framingham Campus Pastor A Greek Presbyterian! Can there be two? Both Dorian and I are of Greek descent...

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Staff Thursday: Charla Espinosa

Every Thursday (sorta -- e.g. today is Monday) I publish a blog about a person on staff at FCC who loves the Lord and serves you. Today, Charla Espinosa, Director of Support Ministry. A Texan New Englander When I first met Charla I felt right at home!...

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