In Stephen Covey’s famous book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, the following story is told: I remember a mini-paradigm shift I experienced one Sunday morning on a subway in New York. People were sitting quietly – some reading newspapers, some lost in thought, some resting with their eyes closed. It was a calm, … More Give Someone a Break
As beloved disciples of Jesus, wrapped in his righteousness and forever safe in his arms, let us abhor playing it safe, and instead let us swing for the fences. As disciples who love the King and his Kingdom, let us fear ministerial apathy more than ministerial failure. Let us invest wisely and boldly, and look … More Let Us Fear Apathy More Than Failure
Today, there will be many times when we are put in a position to make assumptions or judgments regarding other people. Judges and juries must discern between intentional malice and unintented negligence. They must distinguish between manslaughter and murder. Employers and managers must search out whether those under their direction are lacking in ethics, motivation, or skill. This … More Take a Break and Give One Too.