Rob Genin

Rob Genin

Who Made You The Boss of Me?

From the office to the family to the government, there is a lot of discussion today on authority.  Does anyone really have the right to be in authority over someone else? If so, when and how? It is critical to understand how authority properly functions in families, churches, businesses and government. Fuzzy thinking in this […]

A Painful Gift: Persevering and Prospering From Criticism

A Painful Gift: Persevering and Prospering From Criticism

I suspect everyone has had that moment. The moment when you realize that you did not see what was there in front of you, because it was hidden by your own blind spot. It can make your stomach turn, as you replay scenes that perplexed you, adding this new information and seeing if it makes […]

Integrity – A Costly Virtue

O LORD, who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill? ….[He] who swears to his own hurt and does not change;                                                             —Psalm 15:1,4   Very few people like dishonesty. We all remember the kid who, when we were playing games, kept changing the rules to make sure he won.  Even […]

Archimedes & The New Year

Archimedes & The New Year

Reflection on the Importance of Daily Bible Reading in 2017 The Greek Mathematician and Philosopher Archimedes once said, ‘Give me a lever and a place to stand, and I will move the world.’ Certainly, that is a comment on the value of levers – but also on the importance of a firm place to stand. […]

One More Door Thanksgiving Unlocks

‘I imagine the most difficult moment for an atheist is when he is truly grateful, and has no one to thank.’ –G.K. Chesterton   We have just passed through the Thanksgiving holiday. It is my favorite time of year because, as Chesterton’s words show, a grateful spirit humbly admits it is not self-sufficient. For this […]