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LAKE UNION NEWS
The Lake Union Stewardship Department will host a Biblical Stewardship Conference on Sunday, Nov. 16, at Pioneer Memorial Church in Berrien Springs, Mich. To attend, register here. Or call 800-328-... More
Andrews University now offers expanded services at its hearing clinic. As this student-led, faculty-supervised clinic is an integral part of the training program for SPLAD, only nominal fees are ch... More
Mission, Spirituality, Connecting
Some years ago, I heard the creator of a popular TV game show describe the hiring of one of the show's personalities. One factor in the final choice was that the person had a large head (in proportion to the rest of her body). You may have noticed that many media personalities, in fact, do have disproportionately larger heads. Evidently, the camera lens, or we, "like" larger heads. One explanation is that children have disproportionately larger heads, and we tend to think that is cute. Another explanation is that a larger head makes the rest of the body look thinner.
So, have you known anyone with a big head? I've now shifted from hat size to ego. Many people who project a large ego often may be compensating for smallness in their personal security. Then there are some who, though very gifted, lord it over others in distasteful ways. These people often can gather crowds, but so do car accidents. Surprisingly, these limelight individuals can be lonely. People find they are not particularly fun to be around. Yet, we are frequently enthralled by their abilities and can make the same mistake that Jesus' disciples made in recommending or choosing a Judas, rather than humble, modest people who sense their need to be totally dependent on the Holy Spirit. Read more.
The message in this section is the intro to President's Perspective, by Don Livesay, Lake Union president, reprinted from the current issue of the Lake Union Herald. It will be updated monthly.
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Lake Union Herald
2014 Forever Faithful International Pathfinder Camporee
The Forever Faithful International Pathfinder Camporee took place Aug. 11 – 16 at the EAA AirVenture campgrounds in Oshkosh, Wis. More than 46,000 Pathfinders, staff and volunteers from throughout Bermuda, Canada, the United States, and many international countries, pre-registered for this event which takes place every five years.
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The Northwestern, Aug. 11
The Northwestern, Aug. 21
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