Category: leadership

Rise

  I first learned about Rise back last Fall, thanks to a few tweets from friends. Then I had the first hand of experiencing the power of what they do in April, when I attended the Festival of Faith and Writing in Grand Rapids….

Of Influence, Change, and Loss

I’ve been refreshing my mind on adaptive leadership of late, as some significant changes are happening in my job. Three themes are on my heart today, and when something is on my heart I will loos sleep until I write about it. Influence___ I’ve…

stories, glitter and plumbing

This is my absolutely favorite children’s bible. I hadn’t read any sort of children’s bible since I was a child myself and when I was looking for something different to use in Children’s Church, I knew The Jesus Storybook Bible would be the way…

in which a "kid" takes care of me

Thomas is the first person I’ve ever hired. I didn’t do it by myself – I put together a committee of four people to help write the job description, go through resume submissions and then ultimately interviews and the hiring. We could only afford…

Processing the Gospel

My small group just began the 9-week study “The Gospel-Centered Life” by World Harvest Mission. I’ve gone through the 36 week version of this study (Gospel Transformation) twice, once as a learner and once as the teacher. I’ve also taught another small version of…

Chaos and My Teachable Moment

… And Ashton’s meltdown began. We were frosting cookies for the nightshift at the police station tonight. We were doing this as a thank you for all their amazing work keeping us safe.(Which means a lot in our town.)  Ashton had used his knife…

I ask for a vision statement for adult Ed and this is what I got…

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