Marking Moments with Your Family
The best way to make memories is to learn how to “mark moments.” When moments are marked, memories are made. In the Old Testament, whenever
The DIFFERENT Strengths Dads & Moms Bring … to Parenting
I [Pamela here] have now come to realize that “two [really] are better than one” (cf., Ecclesiastes 4:9-12) in so many areas of marriage,
The Place That Builds the “Best” Teams
The Wall Street Journal acknowledged that the United States Military academies are “the best business schools in the nation.” (Scott Snair, West
SOUL PEEKS: 3 Ways of a Woman You Need to Know
The soul of my wife is uniquely shaped and woven together by God. Often mysterious for sure, it is well worth the wise man’s time to take a
Teaming: The Skill of the Age
One reason teaming churches and teaming leaders are so needed today is because our world is so rapidly changing—arguably more than at any
2 Lies Leaders Fall For
There are two lies that we unfortunately tend to believe at pivotal seasons in life. Both of them can limit us tremendously. Both keep our lives
Jesus Wouldn’t Call it “Leadership”!
Jesus did not focus on leadership; certainly not the way many Christian pastors and teachers do today. In fact, I cannot find one place in all of
My New Article at Outreach Mag: Megachurch Megatrends.
Today, megachurches (with attendance of 2,000 or more) are not only growing, they are growing in certain notable ways. To start, they are getting
Obama’s Doing or Undoing? — A Leadership Lesson
The current health care debacle in Washington is rife with lessons of all kinds for leaders. Not least among them are arguably the two most
A Big Mistake Ministry Teams Make
One mistake that will cause a team to wither or simply fall apart is to be under-challenged. A lack of challenge drains the soul of a team,
A TEAMING LIFE INSIGHT: Elephant-Hunting!
When an elephant is in the room, hunt him down … but be careful and be prayerful. We have all experienced those times in discussions with our
My HuffPost Article: Presidential Skills – What We Need Most Now
Presidential debates are the Super Bowls of job interviews. When Mitt Romney stepped up to the podium in Denver alongside of President Obama, you