Sunday, June 26, 2022

9 Things I’ve Learned About Leadership from My Family

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eadership starts at home. How you love and lead at home has a dramatic effect on how you love and lead in the church....

Getting Rid of the Stench

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Years ago, when my kids were young, my wife and I had a date night to remember… and not in the best way. We...

A Fresh Perspective of the Christmas Story: Through the Lens of Adoption

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This is an older post that you might find helpful as you prepare for this Christmas. It is an abbreviated text of my 2009 Christmas...

Mother’s Blessing

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As a mother, from my heart to yours, I choose to bless you in this way:  May you reach the purpose for which you were...

Fathering a Daughter In the Complexity of This World

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I’ve been reading a book lately called Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters by Meg Meeker. Some of the statistics this book spells out are truly...

I Just Popped the Question . . . & She Said Yes!

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Yep. It’s true. I’m engaged! I know for MOST of you this comes as a complete surprise so let me back up and tell you...

Wrestling with Faith and Expectations

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REST, MARGIN & SABBATH I’ve been jotting down some thoughts on how to heal from tragedy, trauma, loss and I certainly don’t feel like I’m...

Around a Kitchen Island

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AROUND A KITCHEN ISLAND I had the privilege last week of sharing a meal with Daniel and Brittney Brooker. If you don’t know their story,...

Learning to Love “inherited” Grandchildren

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Most grandchildren come into our families the old-fashioned way—they are born into our families. But what if a grandchild has entered the family circle...

The Challenge of Taking In the Grandchildren

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“We hadn’t planned on starting over at this age.” That was the comment made by some grandparent friends of ours who had recently taken...
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Church Planter, Are You Running on Fumes?

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Written by: Bill Riedel  Bill Riedel is the founding and lead pastor of Redemption Hill Church in Washington, D.C. He was formally trained at Trinity International...

How Can Leadership Styles Differ In Different Industries?

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The same leadership styles and skills aren’t always applicable to every industry or field. There are certain leadership styles that can be more suitable...

The Evil That Passes for Good In Christian Leadership

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As you’ve noticed—as everyone’s noticed—there seems to be something rotten in the Denmark of Christian leadership. Every time you think there can’t be another megachurch...