I hope you had a wonderful day on Sunday celebrating Easter and our Risen Lord with your loved ones! Every Easter people celebrate with meals and family get-togethers. Many gather to worship with the largest church crowds they’ve seen all year; others join small groups to rejoice quietly in places where gathering is life threatening. […]
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People ask me all the time for recommendations on good servant leadership books. I finished a great one this week. Art Barter’s new book, Farmer Able, is a fable about servant leadership transforming organizations and people from the inside out. Art Barter is an outstanding leader to learn from about servant leadership. His career is […]
There are many places in the Scriptures that talk about tithing. In 2 Chronicles 31:5 it says: As soon as the order went out, the Israelites generously gave the first fruits of their grain, new wine, olive oil and honey and all that the fields produced. They brought a great amount, a tithe of everything. This verse […]
Can you build unity with a team of diverse people? Not only is it possible, it will drive high performance. Servant leaders understand that it is important to build their teams with a diverse set of people. They believe all are valuable members, each bringing their own unique skill sets and ideas to bear […]
Last week I took the liberty of drafting a “dream letter” to the 45th President of the United States as he started his new job. I have more that I want to tell the President, but I didn’t want to overwhelm him in his first week on the job. I’m sure he has a few […]
Silent Night, Holy Night is one of my all time favorite Christmas Carols. It brings back many positive memories of one of the most special times of the year. The song reminds me of times with my family worshiping on the eve of the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus. […]