Saturday, April 17, 2021

Why You Need to S.t.o.p.

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I was recently listening to a podcast when the guest, Clint Longenecker, shared a method to get results. Clint used the acronym S.T.O.P. to...

Here Is How Giving and Forgiving Are Connected

“Giving” is the root word of “forgiving.”  It’s almost safe to say they come from the same “root.” Generosity with finances and generosity with forgiveness...

In Temptation, Hit the Eject Button

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Did you hear about the man who accidentally ejected himself from a fast-flying fighter jet at 1,300 feet off the ground? Yeah, scary! He...

Don’t Forget to Take Care of Yourself

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The day started off like a normal day or so it seemed. I awoke to my alarm going off. From there, I got dressed,...

I Love All People Based Upon These 5 Attitudes

We have all been horrified by the senseless, shameful deaths of our minority brothers and sisters. The narrative is not new.  At 67, I have...

Why You Should Run from Cynicism

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Do you ever get tired of seeing miracles? Is that even a thing? It was for the Israelites traveling through the wilderness. If you caught...

Belaying Leadership

Whenever I think of winters in Michigan, I think of the great times I’ve had ice climbing. From the guys to the weather to...

5 Common Pitfalls of Forming a Pastoral Search Committee

There is an old joke that says, “If three Americans, just by chance, bumped into each other on a street corner in Paris—they would...

3 Costly Mistakes of Pastor Search Committees

Pastor search committees have an immense responsibility in finding who God is calling as their church’s next pastor. It’s a sacred process that can...

How to Create an Environment That Attracts Ideal Team Players

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Author and leadership consultant Patrick Lencioni talks about The Ideal Team Player in his latest book. The Ideal Team Player lays out what a leader should look...
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Pastor, Make Peace with Lowliness

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Every church planter expects to begin from a place of lowliness. But rare is the church planter who makes peace with lowliness. I’m not talking about...

The “measure Up Mentality” In Today’s Church

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I’ve served in full-time ministry for over 38 years in churches in many places in the U.S.: the south, the southwest, the far west...

Becoming a Disciplined Leader

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As a leader, you have a certain set of standard for those you lead. Those standards basically revolve around your followers being disciplined. My question...