Monthly Archives: October 2011
“I am terribly concerned in our culture about what Neil Postman calls a ‘Low Information-Action Ratio,’ caused by our society’s plethora of contextless information. The result of our bombardment with too much data is paralysis – we are not able … Continue reading
…the folks he works with really don’t appreciate it as much as he does.
Leadership is not position, talent or something you do at meetings. It is a calling and lifestyle.
The only people who never fail are those who never try-Dave Ramsey
1. People who are called to serve through a specific area are usually gifted accordingly. However, talent should not be confused with a call to ministry and is an inadequate replacement for either the call of God or obedience to … Continue reading
Doing “something” to just increase our “self esteem” is only a temporary identity.
One doesn’t discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time. -Andre Gide
Success in leadership is not about us and how we feel, it is about lovingly obeying God. Success is rarely measured accurately in the short term, but many times requires an eternal perspective. To achieve God’s “Well done, good and … Continue reading