Welcome to my site dealing with issues related to church leadership and teaching. If you are a leader, regardless of whether you serve in the church world or in the marketplace, I hope you will find something of value here. Leadership is hard, especially in today's climate.
The picture above was taken on my last trip to Greece where we got to visit some of the islands. This is a view of some of the iconic windmills found on Mykonos.
If you live in Canada, you know that there is an election right around the corner. Canadian's go to the polls on Monday, October 21st, and if anything can be said about this election is that it's been a lesson in leadership missteps. Regardless, there are two factors that determine who wins an election.
There are moments in life when any forward movement seems impossible. Especially after a difficult season or a period of trauma and hurt. In those times, it's natural to look for answers and to even question the necessity of the experience.
Church leaders often come face to face with the existential questions people are asking after seasons of difficulty and pain. There is a natural tendency for people to want answers, but often, the answers are elusive at best.
I am excited to announce that I will be leading a tour of Greece in May of 2020. The tour follows in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul and will visit the key biblical sites. For dates, costs, itinerary and booking information just click the link below. Space is limited so sign up today!You can get the information here