In response to any crisis, there is always a need for hope. What better hope to offer after a disaster than the Good News? Yes, we have to care for immediate physical needs and address ongoing therapeutic needs, but as the hands and feet of Christ we must bring shalom – the peace that only comes from the Gospel.
Kim and I are constantly on the lookout for other couples who honor and compliment each other to learn from and lead with.
I tore my Achilles playing tennis at the start of this year and had to have full reconstructive ankle surgery. While I can’t say I’d do it all over again, this injury has forced reflection on what I’ve learned during surgery and these last few months of recovery and rehab.
Phil and I have worked together for many years on multiple joint projects around the globe. He’s one of my go-to media gurus and has helped us with storytelling and innovating how we communicate with different audiences and cultures.
I’m always humbled and amazed by the rapid growth and strength of the African Church. In the past, we sent missionaries to evangelize the African nations. The reality is that they’ve grown to be such spiritual giants they’re now sending missionaries to evangelize the increasingly pagan west!
This should be America’s new gilded age. Yet, in a world increasingly controlled by knowledge and technology, we appear to be mismanaging our moment.
My news feed is full of commencement addresses. Some are going viral because they’re funny, while others are drawn from…
There are things you only learn through association with others. I’ve been blessed to be surrounded by incredible people who are constantly teaching me things I’d never get to experience otherwise. One of these people is David Green, founder and CEO of Hobby Lobby.
Today is my last day as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Oral Roberts University. It has been an incredibly enriching experience. I can honestly say the Chair has given me more than I have given it in the life and leadership lessons it has provided.
I’m convinced that in life, like in the ocean, the deeper the water, the more precious the natural resource waiting to be exploited.