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Lenten Lectionary | Are You Angry When Your Cheese is Moved?

By Terrell Carter | February 26, 2020

Our journey through Lent mirrors the cheese, mice and mazes in the business fable, ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’ When circumstances change, do we continue on despite the change or do we get angry and frustrated?

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