Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

There is no honor among thieves. This makes perfect sense to me. The nature of those who are thieves says that they will do whatever they need to do to get what they want—even if it means betraying, stealing from, or using them. No thief is safe from another thief! The reason for this seems obvious. Thieves are not trustworthy people. The nature of their actions keeps them from being trustworthy.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Each person will face a number of important questions throughout life. Where will I go to college? Where will I live and work? Will you marry me? When will we have children?

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

I have known some lazy people. They did not want to work a job. They did not want to do much of anything. Their only apparent form of exercise was moving from the lounge chair to the bathroom and back again. Admittedly, their thumbs got a good workout as they moved constantly between three or four buttons on a gaming controller.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

A manager has a wide range of responsibilities. A baseball manager has a pitching coach, a hitting coach, a bullpen coach, and many others with whom he must work while exerting the needed influence and control toward the common goal—winning. A store manager has various people in different departments whom he must oversee and with whom he must work in order to grow the business.