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Oh the Outrage

February 10, 2020 0 Comments
Oh the Outrage

I really try hard to avoid political posts. I find it very divisive and rarely helpful. However, it is important for Christians to be involved in the political arena, but with my role as a pastor I find my call to be more about sharing the truth of a life with Jesus.  I do ask […]

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The Coaching Habit – A Book Review

November 9, 2016 1 Comment
The Coaching Habit – A Book Review

As leaders we often take on a variety of roles. There are days we are vision casters, cheerleaders, referees, bosses, managers, moms and dads; the list really could go on for awhile. However, one of the greatest roles a leader can take on is that of a coach. A great coach does so much more […]

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David’s 400 Men A Picture of the Church

April 29, 2013 3 Comments
David’s 400 Men A Picture of the Church

In addition every man who was desperate, in debt, or disconnected rallied around [David], and he became their leader. About 400 men were with him. – 1 Samuel 22:2 David had been anointed to be king and he had killed a giant. He had won great battles and the people chanted, “Saul has killed his thousands, […]

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Created and Called to Live in Community

March 25, 2013 0 Comments
Created and Called to Live in Community

As followers of Jesus we are never called to live alone in a vacuum.  From the very beginning God created man and woman to create a family that would live in relationship with Him. God’s desire all along has been to have a community that He could fellowship with.      Back in October I wrote […]

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Company Culture by Disney

January 15, 2013 6 Comments
Company Culture by Disney

Back in September my family took a vacation at Disney World in Florida. I had always wanted to stay at one of the Disney resorts. (Yes I am still a kid at heart). The week was a blast with all the rides, shows and way too much food. However, beyond all the activities I was captivated by […]

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