I’ve made a lot of leadership mistakes. One of the primary purposes of my ministry is to help others learn from my experience.
How To Deal With Anger in Other People
Like a leech attached to our souls, anger is sucking the joy and life out of many nowadays. We’ve all seen a two-year-old throw a tantrum. We all know about road rage. But the volume of hostility in our culture is both scary and deafening. It’s as if we’ve run into a hornet’s nest and…
7 Reasons Why Leaders Quit Your Team
One of the greatest obstacles an organization faces is replacing leaders. I have found there are legitimate reasons why leaders quit a team.
Year-End Book Recommendations for Church Planters and Leaders
These five book recommendations are books that have touched my life, added value, or have helped me to become a better leader.
Why Team Vocabulary Speaks More Than Words
I love team-building so I’ve disciplined myself to talk in a collective sense whenever possible. Team vocabulary is a big part of encouraging healthy teams.
Sometimes a Shipwreck Actually Means Survival
Surviving a storm sometimes looks like an intentional shipwreck. Because losing your ship on a sandbar beats drowning at sea. When daylight came, they did not recognize the land, but they saw a bay with a sandy beach, where they decided to run the ship aground if they could… [The centurion] ordered those who could…