David Hegg

David Hegg | Climb That Mountain!

By David Hegg For centuries, societies depended almost entirely on agriculture. The recognition that ground had to be cleared and plowed, seeds sown, and plants tended was part and parcel of daily life. It took many labors and many days to reach the reward of harvest. The reality of life was that perseverance was necessary. Hard work, consistently exercised over

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David Hegg | The Ethics of Fatherhood

By David Hegg Over my years as an adult male, I have worked at many different jobs, especially during college, grad school and our first years of marriage. I worked

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Tim Whyte | On Ol’ Blue & Being Ready

I wasn’t ready for another dog.  I’d been pretty attached to Lacey, a 40-pound terrier we had adopted after her career in the entertainment industry came to an abusive halt. Her

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David Hegg | The Way of Wisdom

By David Hegg Since ancient times, wisdom has been a prized possession. Solomon, history’s wisest man, wrote, “Acquire wisdom, and with all your acquiring, get understanding” (Proverbs 4:7). He recognized

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David Hegg | Rights, Responsibilities, Privileges

By David Hegg Since the beginning of our great nation, a fundamental conviction has been that our Creator endowed us with the essential “rights” of all humanity.  Further, the preamble

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David Hegg | Protecting Our Freedoms

By David Hegg As you read this, Memorial Day is just around the corner. I’m sure most of us will enjoy the day off and gather with friends and family