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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 »

End of Year Self-Care Check-Up

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Guest Post – Doug Koop was editorial director of ChristianWeek when he participated in the 2006 Class of the Arrow Leadership Program – Executive Stream. He left that position in January 2012 and is pursuing a vocation as a writer and spiritual care provider. Discover more at dougkoop.ca My journey with Arrow arrived at just…  Continue Reading »

What’s Your Dashboard Reading?

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Guest Post – Andrew Turnbull serves as Pastor to Families and Life Groups at White Rock Baptist Church in White Rock, British Columbia.  He is a graduate of the Arrow Leadership Program – Emerging Stream. Many of the practical tools from my journey in the Arrow Leadership Program have stuck with me. This diagnostic dashboard…  Continue Reading »

Feeling Deflated? Six Questions To Help…

It’s not just tires. Leaders can ‘lose air ‘ too. Intense demands, overwhelming expectations and the daily challenges of leading can easily conspire to emotionally deflate a leader. The symptoms are short-term (unlike an on-going and much more serious depression).  They include feeling down, lower energy, being negative or irritable, clouded thinking, sensitivity to fears…  Continue Reading »