Tag: Leadership

REFLECTIONS

REFLECTIONS

I treasure this quotation from Dr. Charles Swindoll, the renowned pastor, writer and president of Dallas Theological Seminary: “The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life.  Attitude to me is more important than facts.  It is more important than the past, than education, than wealth, than circumstances, than failures, … Continue reading REFLECTIONS

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Choice #7: Choose to make every person I meet and every place I go better because of Christ in me – Part 2

Choice #7: Choose to make every person I meet and every place I go better because of Christ in me – Part 2

Next, this woman decided the church really needed some buses to pick up children for Sunday school – and she wasn’t going to just wish for it to happen. So, she herded her kids together, hobbled to the car with them and drove off to a local commercial transportation company. The company owner looked out … Continue reading Choice #7: Choose to make every person I meet and every place I go better because of Christ in me – Part 2

Choice #7: Choose to make every person I meet and every place I go better because of Christ in me – Part 1

Choice #7: Choose to make every person I meet and every place I go better because of Christ in me – Part 1

This is not only the final component of a godly leader’s attitude – it is the point of our service! Of course, it is Spirit of the Lord that makes people and places better, but God also has chosen to do much of this work through men and women. It is a special privilege, and … Continue reading Choice #7: Choose to make every person I meet and every place I go better because of Christ in me – Part 1

Choice #6: Choose to be a problem solver and not a whiner – Part 2

Choice #6: Choose to be a problem solver and not a whiner – Part 2

That single character flaw of whining can stain and weaken the effectiveness of anyone, even if they are top-notch in every other area of their lives. That was the case of a man who once worked for me. This fellow was a tremendous employee in so many ways. He was bright, extremely creative, a good … Continue reading Choice #6: Choose to be a problem solver and not a whiner – Part 2