The cloud that taught me to listen

My friend Tessie shared a powerful testimony with our Board of Directors that’s so timely and filled with essential wisdom for every ministry, I had to share. The Cloud Nearly four years ago, a “cloud” appeared on my left eye. After many tests, and with no family history of the disease, I was diagnosed with […]

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Reading vs. Engaging

“Is it enough to simply read God’s Word, or must one actually engage with it to grow in their faith or be transformed by it?

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Advent Traditions From Around The World

As the holiday season charges full-speed ahead, it is easy to be caught in the whirlwind of it all. Every year, it seems like the weeks leading up to Christmas fly by as I’m connecting with ministry partners, or spending quality time with family. But in the midst of the holiday busyness, Advent compels and […]

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NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS IN #ELECTION 2016

I’ve been quiet this election—not because I don’t have thoughts—but partly because there are already so many people lending their voices to the brouhaha. I’ve also been saddened at how this election season has unleashed a repugnant wave of Christians behaving badly. Whatever the outward issue, I believe the underlying one is the emotion of […]

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How to THRIVE not just SURVIVE in increasing complexity

Technology, pluralism, a global economy, and increasing heterogeneity are just a few factors making our world more complex. And since change is inevitable, being able to thrive in this chaos is critical. Tom Peters, author of Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution, proposes that organizations who want to survive in rapidly changing times […]

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6 Ways Leaders Can Remain Relevant

In a recent podcast, virtual mentor Michael Hyatt revealed that as he became increasingly successful, he discovered more and more layers isolating and detaching him from the people he was trying to help. This is a scary reality that no effective leader wants to discover in his or her life. How can leaders keep the […]

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