The 7 Things That Can Cause You to Lose Focus as a Leader

The 7 Things That Can Cause You to Lose Focus as a Leader

July 22, 2019

Focus is an important discipline. Especially if you want to make a difference or achieve something of value in life. There are lots of good distractions and lots of potentially rewarding experiences, but without laser sharp focus, you will find yourself chasing every good idea but never really accomplishing anything of great personal value.

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The Biggest Hurdle We Face When We Feel Stuck

The Biggest Hurdle We Face When We Feel Stuck

July 09, 2019 2 Comments

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.

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How Leaders Affect the Future

How Leaders Affect the Future

June 21, 2019 1 Comment

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.

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The One Person You Need in Your Life

The One Person You Need in Your Life

June 07, 2019 2 Comments

Let me ask you a question? What has the power to...Transform a rotten day into a good day? Change a bad mood into a good mood? Change an attitude of worthlessness into an attitude of appreciation and even importance? Transform a spirit of defeat into a spirit of energy and hope for what the future holds? Turn a tired and exhausted group into an unbeatable and impenetrable team? The answer is so simple yet so profound.

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Encountering Greece Tour 2020

Encountering Greece Tour 2020

May 03, 2019

This week's post is more of an announcement than a typical leadership post. In partnership with Heritage College and Seminary, I have the privilege of hosting a tour of Greece in May of 2020.

The tour will retrace the steps of the apostle Paul as we visit the biblical sites that brought the majority of the New Testament to the world. If you've ever wanted to experience the history, impact, beauty, and glory of Greece than this is the adventure you've been looking for.

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The Easter I'll Never Forget

The Easter I'll Never Forget

April 18, 2019 2 Comments

When I was ten years old, my brother, mom, and I went back to Greece for a visit. I was excited to meet grandparents, aunts, uncles, and a host of other relatives for the first time. We arrived shortly before what I learned was the most significant holiday in Greece. Pascha, aka, Easter.

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The 3 Reasons People Leave a Church

The 3 Reasons People Leave a Church

April 05, 2019 2 Comments

As a leader, you long to see your ministry grow and thrive. So when people leave, it can leave you deflated and discouraged, especially if they were contributing members of the congregation. Here are 3 reasons people leave a church and why it should matter to you as a leader.

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Getting Heard When It Really Matters - The 3 Dimensions of a Great Message

Getting Heard When It Really Matters - The 3 Dimensions of a Great Message

March 15, 2019

If you've ever had the opportunity to stand in front of a crowd and deliver a sermon, message, or talk, you know it can be one of the most daunting experiences. It consistently shows up on lists of people's most dreaded fears.

It's further complicated by inner doubts. Is what I have to say important? Will anyone even care? Will I make a fool of myself?

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