Love must start between you and Jesus before it can really start between you and others. I admit. I’m selfish. I didn’t love Jesus enough to truly love other people well for a long time. Amy, my amazing bride, told me this and then modeled the opposite so I could emulate her. She has an … Continue reading 3 things I learned about love from my wife.
Leaders are Readers. This is what I learned. I'm wondering how I will now lead. January 2017 The Trauma of Transparency- A biblical approach to Inter-personal Communication. J. Grant Howard. 1979 If you want to truly understand how sin negatively affects communication between people. This is it. Howard provides the solution to authentic healing … Continue reading Leaders are Readers. My January read list with a short summary.
I love working in the local church. However, every time I visit a church I have to establish credibility and trust so that I can have some influence. Anytime you start attending or serving at a new local church those who are willing to put in the time will eventually gain credibility, influence, and opportunity … Continue reading 6 Ways to Build Credibility, Trust, and Character
Stories are the best aren't they? They allow us to feel the depth and spectrum of emotions simply through the power of words. They help us learn, and relate to others and our world. Listening to story is an activity we are inclined to enjoy. So, it is not coincidence that faith is passed … Continue reading I have the BEST story to tell you.
Snow happens. Barring any major tragedy that occurs with bad weather most youth workers see this as God's little gift for rest and relaxation, and I couldn't agree more. Here are some effective ways to capitalize on a new opportunity for ministry while still maintaining the rest God has provided you. Don't "write". Dream. It's … Continue reading SNOW DAY: 3 ways to be a better youth worker during inclement weather.