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When Life Takes a Turn…

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One year ago, I answered a phone call no parent wants to receive: “your son is unconscious and being taken by ambulance to a trauma hospital.” Jason, almost 20, had left our home a few hours earlier to play in a rugby game. Our one-hour drive to the hospital was filled with silence and nervous…  Continue Reading »

Mentoring Question – March 2015

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Ask: What are the areas of stress in your life and how do you plan to manage them?

So What’s Your Starting Place?

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(This month’s To The Point is an excerpt from Dr. Steve Brown’s upcoming spring 2015 book, Leading Me – Eight Practices for a Christian Leader’s Most Important Assignment) King David’s resume was pretty impressive. A gifted musician and poet. A bold and courageous warrior. A skilled strategist. A called, chosen and anointed leader. A man…  Continue Reading »

Victory Rests With…

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I recently came across one of my old journals.  Here is an excerpt from the last entry: “After Tuesday night’s deflating, confusing and frustrating meeting, I returned home very weary and emotionally fragile. Before heading to bed I looked in on each of the kids. They were sleeping soundly, seemingly without a care in the…  Continue Reading »

What’s Your RQ?

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Trouble is heading your way. There are no two ways about it. Jesus promised, “In this world you will have trouble.” (John 16:33) This trouble seems to only get magnified for Christian leaders. Follow the life of any leader in Scripture and you will find troubles, trials and temptations in abundance. The question isn’t if…  Continue Reading »