Archive for: March, 2015

FIVE THOUGHTS TO LEARN FROM FERGUSON

Last night in Ferguson, Missouri, two police officers were shot at a protest set up calling for further change in the police department in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown. It breaks my heart to see what is currently going on around the country, the cycle of racism is far too strong, and…

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THE GRASS IS NOT ALWAYS GREENER

So lately I have been wrestling with various leadership principles. One specific concept I have been thinking about is how the grass is greener on the other side. The more I think about this, the more I think this concept is directly from our spiritual enemy. Look at Elimelech in Ruth 1:1-2 “In the days…

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EMOTIONAL DROUGHT

Have you ever just found yourself feeling drained and discouraged? As a leader there are always going to be seasons that we feel discourage, disheartened, and downtrodden. When this happens, we sometimes only pause for a moment so we may give ourselves a pep talk to keep on going. Instead of the casual pep talk,…

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