Preparing for the Future, Now: Who are We? Part 1

Preparing for the Future, Now: Who are We? Part 1 Purpose is our ‘must have’ I’ve been reflecting on an article published by McKinsey & Company, The Nine Traits of Future-ready Companies. It’s serving as a road marker for me as I think about OneHope and where we are in our journey. This has looked […]

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Management: Leading a Kingdom Community Part 2

Management: Leading a Kingdom Community Part 2 A leader can and should be friends with others who are skilled in different areas, with the ability to learn from someone who is at a higher level than you and has already paved the way. My peers are beside me, iron sharpening iron. In addition to discussing […]

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Management: Leading a Kingdom Community Part 1

Management: Leading a Kingdom Community Part 1 We love a little bit of friendly competition around the OneHope office, and occasionally during lunch, we will break out the backgammon boards. Vice Presidents will go head-to-head, moving each piece hoping to be declared the victor. The leadership team may play against the youngest members of our […]

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Small Steps

Small Steps When you think of important people from the twentieth century, you’re unlikely to consider Norman Borlaug. In fact, most people probably don’t even know who he is. However, his dedication to small, quiet actions kept millions of people in Mexico, India, Pakistan, and multiple other countries from starving. Borlaug was born in 1914 […]

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Calling: Hiring the Right Person for the Job

Calling: Hiring the Right Person for the Job Maybe you’ve been in this or a similar situation: a collection of resumes accumulates on your desk as you begin to sift through the applicants to fill that open role. They all look comparable on paper, but often the hiring manager is looking for that extra spark.   […]

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Calling: What do I do with my life?

Calling: What do I do with my life? ‘What do I do with my life?’ It’s a question we all must wrestle with at some point. This foundational inquiry can appear in any season of life but feels particularly urgent when we cross that threshold into adulthood. A version of the Japanese concept of ikigai […]

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