Usain Bolt might be the fastest man alive, but an average warthog could probably take him. Read the amusing article by Cara Giaimo.
“We are poised at the edge of a new Renaissance period. This could be one of the greatest chapters in human history if we have the right kind of leaders.” Read the full blog by Glenn Brooks.
Every Christian man is called to get involved in God’s work in some way…Sadly, I have known many Christian men who felt like losers because they were never war heroes, sports stars, or corporate titans. -Richard Phillips The Christian life is not only for the “extraordinary”, but for the “ordinary” as well. Read the full blog here.
“I’m convinced that the greatest deterrent to our giving is this: the illusion that earth, as it is now, is our home.” Read the full blog by Randy Alcorn.
“While this phrase sounds very positive and affirming, you will not find “God won’t give you more than you can handle” anywhere within the pages of the Bible. It simply doesn’t exist.” Read the full blog by Aaron Armstrong.
“Real leaders, wrote the novelist David Foster Wallace, are people who ‘help us overcome the limitations of our own individual laziness and selfishness and weakness and fear and get us to do better, harder things than we can get ourselves to do on our own.’” Read the full essay by Nancy F. Koehn.
“No matter how hard you try or how many hours you work, you’re likely to disappoint a colleague at some point. But what if you have to let something slip that’s especially important to one of your peers? How do you tell them that you’re going to let them down?” Read the full blog by Amy Gallo.
“I love tools. I especially love good tools. I love to explore different tools, to try them, and to choose the ones that do the job the best.” Read the full blog by Tim Challies.
He stood by his principles, thought with the future in view, and could be friends with his opponents. See what the Church can learn from Justice Scalia. Read here.
There are all kinds of ways to deal with conflict. One way is to fight. There is a problem though: there is only one winner and everyone else gets hurt. Here’s a funny example: Handling conflict was of mighty importance in Moses’ life. Immediately after he delivered the Israelites out of Egypt, the conflict and complaints begin. When you read about Moses’ 40 years of leadership it reads like 40 years of conflict – with people he leads, enemies, himself, and even…