“The person doing the work determines the difference between the mundane and the magnificent.” _Mark Sanborn, The Fred Factor, p. … Continue reading Throw in a little dash of color today.
It’s been a long standing policy of mine to end my day with good thoughts. I’m very intentional about this … Continue reading When Despair Came Knocking at my Door.
One day Zacharias was chosen to perform his priestly duties in God’s presence, according to the temple’s normal schedule and … Continue reading You know the drill
Non-descript days… Truth be known, that could describe many of our days. When asked to describe a particular day it … Continue reading Those non-descript days
Matthew 13:44 (NKJV) Again, the kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which a man found and … Continue reading All in
Note: The following is a blog that I send to the credentialed ministers of my denomination in my role as … Continue reading Reflections from the life of Vernon & Miriam LeBuhn
There’s a world of difference between being ready to suffer for your integrity and looking to suffer for your … Continue reading Being ready to suffer for your integrity
To lead well you must consistently be doing things you do not want to do. The idea that great leaders … Continue reading The essence of great leadership
The ONE THING for today: You know you are in trouble when people become a burden to you; when you … Continue reading Crock pot relationships
Exodus 3:5 (NKJV) 6 Moreover He said, “I am the God of your father—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, … Continue reading Lessons at the Bush: On Worship