It is vital for us to ask ourselves the question, “Do I want to win the point or the person?” This is a pivotal question for first-chair leaders, second-chair leaders, salesmen, customer-service representatives, evangelists, pastors, teachers, parents, spouses, and anyone else seeking to be an influencer. Often, when we focus on winning the point, we … More Win What?
Regarding Aristotle: In Greek philosophy and culture, much was made of public communication, and the greatest communicators of that day were known by their ability to move audiences using logos, pathos, and ethos. Logos described with the subject matter of the communiqué. It was vital that the communicator had his facts straight. He was expected … More Effective Gospel Communication
Men, we are called to follow Jesus. He is our Savior, Shepherd, and King. He has all wisdom, power, and authority. And Jesus the King of kings and Lord of lords bids us follow. Sometimes his directions are clear and delightful. At other times his ways are foggy and dangerous. However, he is our Sovereign and … More A Failure to Lead is a Failure to Follow