Tag: Leadership

Workflow and Process of A Vision

I love visionary leaders.  The see what others cannot.  They believe with a faith that is deep and flowing.  Yet, with almost every visionary leader, there is a struggle to get the vision from their sacredness of their heart and head to the “streets”… Continue Reading “Workflow and Process of A Vision”

Seeing Clearly

‎”O Lord, my heart is not lifted up; my eyes are not raised too high; I do not occupy myself with things too great and too marvelous for me. (Ps 131:1). Humility cures a prideful heart & clarifies a pure vision. David’s heart of… Continue Reading “Seeing Clearly”

What Is My “Fair Share”?

I try not to post political comments . . . but much of this is about leadership, management and so often, failure. In all of the discussions about our economy, we continue model for adult daughters and their husbands . . . that it… Continue Reading “What Is My “Fair Share”?”

Building His Church . . . Not Mine

At a recent church planting conference, I heard a most challenging presentations made by a new friend, Alan Hirsch.  Alan is the founding Director of Forge Mission Training Network, noted author and an incredibly strategic thinker in the area of missiology and the impacting… Continue Reading “Building His Church . . . Not Mine”