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Good Leadership is Courageous Leadership

I’m not a Catholic. I do, however, have some great friends who are and I am impressed with their love of Jesus and His church.  Anyone who follows the media regarding what is happening in the Catholic church is well … Continue reading

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In Leadership which comes first – Mission or People?

Geoff Surratt is one of my favorite Christian leaders and writers.  When he says something it is always worth paying attention.  I found the following post from his Inner Revolution.com Blog to be particularly interesting and enlightening.  Perhaps you’ll enjoy … Continue reading

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RGIII Adversity Quotes

Here is a link of some quotes regarding RGIIIs injury adversity.  The men’s groups I attend at New Life Christian Church are populated by guys who have experienced a fair share of adversity.  Perhaps you will relate to these quotes … Continue reading

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The Cost of Leadership As a basketball fan and as an admirer of LeBron James’ skills I was happy to come across the following article (see link below) by Brian Dodd, a leadership consultant.  The posting contains an excellent compilation … Continue reading

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7 Kinds of Stories Every Church Leader Should Master I believe that a great contributor to the success of the church I attend, New Life Christian Church in Chantilly, VA is the fact that we have always seen what we’re … Continue reading

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What We Can Learn From Steve Jobs

Like many of you I have owned and admired Apple products.  My first was a Macintosh issued to me by the FBI Laboratory back in the day.  I loved it and subsequent Apple marvels.  Well — the force behind all … Continue reading

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Leading Out of the Box in a Big Way

Leadership is always fascinating. It is  intriguing to observe and consider how some individuals, through their leadership, can have a huge impact on processes, organizations, and eventually on society in general. As a Christian I’m most interested in the challenges … Continue reading

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Del Tackett Note

I corresponded with Dr. Del Tackett (The Truth Project and The Truth Observed) regarding the ethical disfunction we witness all around us and as commented on in my most recent Blog Post.  The following was what Dr. Tackett said  in … Continue reading

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Lost Leaders and and the Question of “Why”

The following is an excellent, thought provoking article which speaks well to the “…seemingly never-ending revelations of corporate scandals…,” such as the “fall” of Enron and “…how good leaders can ‘lose’ their way.”   I wonder if there isn’t a … Continue reading

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