This Week’s Links

It’s Tuesday. It’s also Christmas Eve.  Merry Christmas to all of you!  As hinted at last week, this week’s links and next week’s (because of Christmas and New Year’s) links will likely be a bit shorter than usual. But that’s okay. I still intend to share some of what I have read or pondered about

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Words and Actions Matter- Neighbor Love in Light of Recent Events

I was fully intending for my next post to be about leadership, primarily about learning leaders. But then news had to break out over the past two days across the country, in this week before Christmas which I feel called to reflect on and perhaps even respond to.  My response is my own personal reflection,

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This Week’s Links

Happy Tuesday!  As it is the practice on this blog, I share some of the things that I have found interesting or thought-provoking over the past week.  This week’s categories are:  Church and Ministry Thought & Practice; Cross-Sector Collaboration; Leadership Thought & Practice; Neighbor Love; Social Media & Blogging; Stewardship; Vocation; Worship; and Miscellaneous.  I

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Leading in Transition

About a month ago I wrote a post about leading in transition.  I want to pick up that conversation today with some theological reflection, but because of the nature of this blog there will be plenty of leadership perspective in this as well. These are reflections about being a leader in the midst of personal

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This Week’s Links

Happy Tuesday!  As is the custom, that means its time for this week’s links, a sampling of things that I have read or found interesting in the past week which I now share with and entrust to you for your reading and reflecting.  This week’s categories are:  Church and Ministry Thought and Practice; Leadership Thought

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Words in Our Mouths- Mission Statements

In the first installment of our series, “Words in Our Mouths,” today we tackle Mission Statements. I think it would be fair to say that I love mission statements.  As a person who studied at the Drucker School, mission statements are very important to me. Peter Drucker is famous for having said, that “Mission Statements

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Why Do You Do, What You Do? (A Sermon for Advent 1A)

You may have noticed on this blog that I have been posting a few sermons recently.  This will be the final sermon posted here for a little while, as its the last sermon I am scheduled to preach in the immediate future.  I have been covering for the congregation’s pastor (for the congregation I am

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