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Dismantling Walls of Separation

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Leading More Like Jesus In this 25th anniversary article, Sami DiPasquale draws on his experience in cross-cultural relationships and sees how Jesus has modeled the way in loving our neighbors well. How is it that you, a Jew, ask a drink of me, a woman of Samaria? John 4:9 (NRSV) When Jesus interacted with the…  Continue Reading »

60 Minutes of Year-End Reflection

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Christmas is once again upon us. For many leaders this special season of celebration is prime-time for strategic ministry opportunities, special events and family gatherings. However, somewhere in the midst of all this hustle and bustle, I invite and encourage you to take some time for intentional reflection. Reflection is a critical practice for leaders….  Continue Reading »

4 Insights For Second Chair Leaders

These four quick tips will help you maintain perspective and a healthy attitude if you sit in the second leadership chair. 1. Second Chair Isn’t Second Class We seem to be conditioned to think that first chair leadership is better or more worthy than second chair leadership. This simply isn’t true. For starters, not everyone…  Continue Reading »