Blessings, Challenges, and Compassion

Blessings, Challenges, and Compassion I’m thankful for friends like Greg Surratt from Seacoast Church. As he addressed the OneHope team, Pastor Greg encouraged us in our season. Here are the three main takeaways from his talk. I hope it encourages you today.  This year is going to bring blessings because that’s who God is. (Matthew […]

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Cryptocurrency is Changing Everything

Cryptocurrency is Changing Everything When people ask me what I’m thinking about these days, I say “cryptocurrency”. 80% of those sitting across from me start laughing. This isn’t a laughing matter – in fact, it’s far too important of a topic for any leader not to be thinking about. According to a recent report from […]

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“What’s your take on this?”

“What’s your take on this?” As soon as a current event rocks the news cycle or social media scene that could have implications on business or ministry, my phone floods with friends asking a similar question – ‘What’s your take on this?’  Previously, I’d send an immediate response back, but as the whole story unfolded […]

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Three Keys to Humility

Three Keys to Humility I love the leadership perspective of Paul in Ephesians 5:21. “Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.” (NIV) My dad began OneHope in 1987, and we went through a leadership transition when I became president nearly two decades later. He serves OneHope differently now than when he did for […]

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Part of…not separated

Part of…not separated The book of 1 Corinthians points out an important biblical principle that applies to Christian leaders today. In this Bible passage, the Kingdom of God is related to a physical body, with many parts making up the whole. You can read the full-text here: 1 Corinthians 12:12-27. If you’re a Christian leader, […]

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Millennials, Mentorship, and Meaningful Community

Millennials, Mentorship, and Meaningful Community These days, several organizations are adding a new role to the team… a Chief Experience Officer, instead of or in addition to a Human Resource Officer. What does this say about the emerging workforce, increasingly made up of Millennials?  Compared to previous generations, Millennials don’t tend to see their life […]

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