Tag Archives: Leadership

For Whom do our Lives bring glory?

For a while now, I have had some thoughts floating around, that only occasionally rise to the surface.  Like a trout on a sleepy mountain stream, their timing, intensity and duration have been unpredictable and often unremarkable.   It seems these thoughts  brewing in my mind … Continue reading

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Leadership begins at Home

I have often written that leadership is a topic for more than the boardrooms of America. We suffer from a lack of leadership all around, including our churches (my professional workspace), as well as in our homes. My wife gave … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Isn’t Just for Thursday’s

This has been one of the strangest Thanksgivings on record for our family. While I know many of you have suffered, and are suffering, much greater trials than this, I am writing only to share the perspective I have received … Continue reading

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November 9th… What now?

Friends, After a long night of election coverage followed by a night of fitful sleep, I awoke to something more disappointing than any local, state, or national election results that didn’t go “my way.” I am disappointed with many of the comments … Continue reading

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Trains, Churches, and Leaders

I haven’t ever taken the train anywhere. I want to, but as yet I’ve never put a train trip together. As I talk to others, most are like me, or if they have traveled by train, it was a onetime … Continue reading

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Leadership: King David & the Prodigal Son

When we read the parable of the prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32), we instantly see how self-seeking and selfish that young man was. We also often empathize with the older son who stayed faithful, and would end up splitting his own … Continue reading

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Shhhhh…  Did you hear that?

​I have read about leaders, from leaders, and written to leaders.  I have known great leaders, average leaders, and poor leaders.   I wish there was a single thing I could share from my experience that if you were to “do … Continue reading

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