You are uniquely relevant. Jesus put it this way, “You are the salt of the earth. But what good is salt if it has lost its flavor? Can you make it salty again? It will be thrown out and trampled underfoot as worthless.” – Matthew 5 He then continues with another example, “You are the
In religious contexts, submission is often taught as if it had intrinsic value — as if humility and abasement were goals unto themselves. However, submission, like many other generic actions, has no intrinsic value — its entire value being derived from what is submitted to. Submission to abuse is negative and evil. Submission to
Transparency is a word that is included on almost every corporate bingo board. Touted as the key to successful organizations and mentioned regularly by executives and board members at all the major companies, transparency is the established foundation that leaders reference when looking to inspire trust and respect. However, even though the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
Do you like who you are? or do you hide who you are? If you find that your internal conversation (what you say to yourself) and your external conversation (what you say to other people) are not the same. If you find yourself considering how you appear more carefully than who you are or who
Your manager is looking for you to complete the project before next Friday. Your team is behind. You know you have a choice. You can either choose to take the hit now or next Friday. You think through the alternatives. On the one hand, there are compromises you could make to deliver something workable even
There are two types of followers: disciples and subordinates. Christ’s plan for His church is dependent on leaders who empower their followers as disciples, not those who would command and control their followers as subordinates. Jesus said, “…don’t you be called ‘Rabbi,’ for one is your teacher, the Christ, and all of you are brothers.