When you’re a leader, being on mission means learning to serve your team well, bearing the burdens of leadership with humility and grace.
How is Spiritual Formation Relevant to the Current Crisis? Part 2
How can you personally keep your leadership in sync with your own spiritual maturity? All of us need humility to…Keep reading
How is Spiritual Formation Relevant to the Current Crisis? Part 1
There’s no silver bullet for restoring faith in our leaders, but I think that a basic principle of spiritual formation…Keep reading
Can I Be A Quiet Leader?
People who are quiet by dint of personality have a particular gift to offer the broader Christian community… the habit…Keep reading
How Can I Diversify My Social Network?
“What are some ways that I can connect with a diverse group of people, even though I mostly interact with…Keep reading
Why Are Christians So Bad at Conflict?
We Christians bring our own uniquely creative dysfunctions to the world of disagreement and conflict, don’t we? Like with bad…Keep reading
How Can I Help Lead a Multi-Ethnic Community?
Thinking, “this is beyond me” is a much healthier attitude than thinking, “I’ve got this” when it comes to multi-ethnic…Keep reading
How Can I Lead With Humility?
When I think about humble leaders, the name Kevin immediately leaps to my mind. When I was about thirteen years…Keep reading
Kindling For the Fire
Fire, for all its power, starts out fragile. When the kindling is gathered and the embers start to appear, they…Keep reading
Leaning into Tensions in Ministry with Ephesians 4
On an apple-picking trip one brisk October, I learned of the glories of the giant rubber band potato launcher. Not…Keep reading
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