Month: July 2015

This Week’s Links

Tuesday on the blog means that I get to share some of what I have seen, read, and found interesting with all of you. To help make sense of these links, I have grouped them by the following categories: Church and Ministry Thought & Practice; Cross-Sector Collaboraton; Leadership Thought & Practice; Millennials; Neighbor Love; Social

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7 Leadership Lessons from the Spouse of a Chaplain

This summer has been full of change, new experiences and transitions. Overall it has been full, challenging and rewarding. Over the summer, my wife Allison has been serving as a Chaplain Intern at a local hospital as part of her seminary program to become a pastor. (Technically this chaplain experience is called “CPE”- Clinical Pastoral Education.)

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This Week’s Links

Tuesday on the blog means that I get to share some of what I have read and found interesting over the past week with all of you. To help make sense of all these links I have grouped them by categories. This week’s categories are: Church and Ministry Thought & Practice; Cross-Sector Collaboration; Leadership Thought

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This Week’s Links

Tuesday on the blog means that I get to share some links to what I have found interesting and thought provoking over the past week with all of you. To make sense of all of these links, I have grouped them by the following categories: Church and Ministry Thought & Practice; Cross-Sector Collaboration; Leadership Thought

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Challenges of Love

The following is a message I shared during the Matins service at Woodlake Lutheran Church on Wednesday August 8th. The texts that we read from were: Song of Solomon 2:10-13, 8:6-7, and 1 John 4:7-21.  Challenges of Love Five years… for some of you that might seem like a sprinkle of sand in the hour

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This Week’s Links

Tuesday on the blog means that I get to share some of what I have found interesting over the past week with all of you. Because of the Independence Day holiday weekend in the United States, the links are a little later than usual today, but better late than never. To help make sense of them,

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Towards Approval (and answering a kind man’s question)

Can you believe it’s already July? The summer has been flying by, and this week has been a full one. I’m excited because I was able to finish and submit my approval essay, rostered leader profile, and a few other required forms. The sense of joy and thankfulness for being done, is high. I appreciated

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