October 27, 2016.Reading time 8 minutes.
A few years ago, I was invited to give my point of view on “The city of Miami’s uniqueness” at a National Christian Foundation meeting for church and business leaders in the greater Miami area. My proposition statement was that Miami holds the distinct privilege of being one of the three key gateway cities in […] Read More
September 27, 2016.Reading time 4 minutes.
[Tweet “Without loss there is no gain. Without suffering there is no joy.”] I was humbled by the opportunity to meet Steve Saint (son of Nate Saint) as well as Mincaye—one of the tribe members who killed Nate Saint, Jim Elliot and the other missionaries to Ecuador. As the three of us met for lunch, […] Read More
June 22, 2016.Reading time 1 minute.
It’s been a year since mom went to her heavenly home. Beyond the incredible legacy and memories she left, I’ve been so thankful for her words. Some are private and precious, others—like her book—were meant to publicly minister to many. Mom never withheld her words—she spoke life and truth every chance she had. I am […] Read More
March 14, 2016.Reading time 5 minutes.
Everyone wants to be a better leader. Despite how fast the world is changing, there is timeless wisdom to be gleaned from practical historical experts. Management guru Peter Drucker’s innovative insights on social economies were ahead of his time. His breadth of knowledge regarding the evolving workplace has informed many of the world’s most influential […] Read More
December 25, 2015.Reading time 1 minute.
At our staff day of prayer, I was reminded that I am so deeply grateful for God’s overwhelming goodness in every situation.
This year was a roller coaster—mom’s home going, giving away my daughter Natasha in marriage and gaining a son. Unspeakable stories of persecution from the field juxtaposed with rejoicing over more than 100 million kids reached with God’s Word. I can hardly believe all that’s happened in the span of a year! Read More
November 30, 2015.Reading time 3 minutes.
Headlines are being monopolized by stories of extremist violence. We are still reeling with shock from the recent attacks in Paris. While terrorism and religious upheaval have been going on for decades, it has never been so quickly and sensationally widespread as it has been in our day and age. In most of these volatile […] Read More