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.
John C. Maxwell is the leadership guru. He’s the guy whose books you read and seminars you attend if you want to become a better leader.
In a collaborative and globalized world the Church needs to be thinking more about building movements and less about building isolated organizations.
Children who should be carefree and playing with their peers are facing the darkest moments of their lives. They flee the violence in their own country, and face challenges adjusting to life as a refugee.
During different seasons of my life, how I read the Bible changes. But one thing does not—my daily time spent in God’s Word is a non-negotiable.
OneHope was birthed out of a vision God gave Dad; of Satan attacking the children of the world and how desperately they needed to be rescued.
This was a challenging ministry year. And while there were whispers of God’s faithfulness sustaining us through each challenge; looking back His overwhelming providence is loud and clear.
As my dad—my hero—got married this past weekend, I shared a few words to honor his life, new wife, and…