Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Evil “What if’s”

One of the biggest downfalls in leadership is the worry and the “what if’s” that we keep asking ourselves.  Imagine where the church would be today if Paul had spent his time worrying about what MIGHT happen if . . … Continue reading

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The Fearless Leader

Seth Godin’s book, “Tribes,” was a great read.  I made extensive notes and I’ve since reflected on them several times a week as I journey toward becoming a better leader.  One thing that kept jumping out at me was the … Continue reading

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Structure is My Friend (I Hope)

I had a very exciting phone conversation today with Craig Jutila, owner of “Who Will You Empower” and previous children’s pastor at Saddleback Church in CA.  I first experienced Craig years ago when I attended a children’s ministry conference at … Continue reading

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A Resolution Worth Keeping

Okay, I know I balked at the “new year’s resolution” concept in my previous post, but I believe that there are some that are worth starting (and keeping!).  Our church is beginning a year of reading and studying God’s Word … Continue reading

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New Year, New Attitude

It’s that time of year again.  It’s that time of year when people all around the globe begin making long lists of things they are determined to get accomplished.  Perhaps these things are things that were started a year ago, … Continue reading

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