We have entered into the season of Advent. Many churches will have begun messages that will once again revolve around the story of Jesus being born in a manger. For many of us it has become a story so commonplace, that it has the danger of getting lost in the din of the season, or getting ignored altogether.
Decisions we make as leaders tend to fall into two general categories. Knowing which one demonstrates what it is we guard the most. Leaders can drive an organization into irrelevancy, or into the future with hope and promise.
September is here and another school year is upon us. I will soon be heading back into the classroom with a new crop of students eager to dive into another semester of studies. Here's 8 things I want my students to know.
Some issues defy the definition of a problem. They are habitual issues not easily resolved. Pain is often attached when dealing with them. These are known as predicaments and they are relational in nature and difficult to deal with. In this post I give you 6 ways to navigate a predicament.
I'm surrounded by heroes. Not the DC Comic or Marvel versions we see in the comics or at the movie theatres. As entertaining as they may be, they don't inspire me in any meaningful way. The ones who truly inspire me are real heroes, even though we do not fully comprehend them as such.
This is a simple post, created because of a realization I made recently about the type of people I appreciate most. They all seem to share some basic characteristics and thought it would be good to share them with you.