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Levi Lusko: Seeing The Unseen

By | May 19th, 2016|

Levi Lusko is the pastor of Fresh Life Church, a multi-site church in Montana that he and his wife Jennie pioneered in 2007. Their vision is one set upon seeing those stranded in sin, finding life and liberty in Jesus Christ. Levi's passion for the gospel also led him to start Skull Church, an evangelistic event [...]

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Monika Korra: Journey To Forgiveness

By | April 13th, 2016|

In 2009, Monika Korra, a student athlete at SMU in Dallas, Texas was abducted by three men while leaving a late night party with friends. She was forced at gunpoint into a vehicle where she was robbed, raped repeatedly and viciously dumped into the cold, dark night -- afraid and alone, but alive. Refusing to [...]

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Disruption: Creative Force For Good or something else?

By | January 12th, 2016|

I'm sure by now you must have heard the latest "buzzword" to arrive on the digital marketing landscape, "disruption." Suddenly, everything has become disruptive. Creative disruption. Tactical disruption. Positive disruption. Disruptive innovation. The list continues growing and businesses are lining up in droves, staking their claims to being the "new" disruptive force in this industry [...]

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Branding 2016: Turning Awareness Into Action

By | January 4th, 2016|

I recently read a wonderful piece in the New York Times about the growing disenchantment with the October "Pinkification" campaign tied to the breast cancer awareness month. The article highlighted the amazing power of the "pink" campaign to raise overall breast cancer awareness, but how it has failed miserably at turning that awareness into measurable [...]

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Writing Your Own True North Story®: A Legacy Worthy of Living!

By | December 24th, 2015|

I was brought to tears the other day and I am not ashamed to admit it either. A grown man, instantly dissolving into tears at the sight, the thought, of a phrase locked away in my memory for years, suddenly brought into the light of life once again, a truth that reminded me of my [...]

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Audience Disruption: Spelling End for Cable News Media?

By | November 30th, 2015|

One nagging question seems to be continually resurfacing during this political campaign season, "can traditional broadcast media (primarily cable news networks) be trusted as sole arbiters of accurate and unbiased information?" Long gone are the days of Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite and journalistic ethics and integrity. "I'm gonna be the power behind the president [...]

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America Needs Bond, James, Bond.

By | November 5th, 2015|

America could really use someone like James Bond right now.  Why 007 you ask?  And more importantly, why now?   "Isn't the whole "secret agent - spy game" just a relic leftover from the "Cold War" and Ian Fleming's over-active imagination? Perhaps. But desperate times call for desperate measures. In an era completely devoid of [...]

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