Category Archives: Ministry & Leadership

The Motive | Reflections & Notes

Patrick Lencioni.┬áThe Motive: A Leadership Fable. John Wiley & Sons, 2020. (174 pages) REFLECTIONS The Motive is the shortest and simplest book I’ve written to date, but I suspect that it may be the most important. That’s because the danger

The Motive | Reflections & Notes

Patrick Lencioni.┬áThe Motive: A Leadership Fable. John Wiley & Sons, 2020. (174 pages) REFLECTIONS The Motive is the shortest and simplest book I’ve written to date, but I suspect that it may be the most important. That’s because the danger

Table Group Webinar for Consultants and Practitioners

  Tremendous thanks to Pat, Cody, and Chris for hosting this complimentary Webinar for Consultants and Practitioners. Below are my big highlighted takeaways, and then the notes I took live. My Big Takeaways: In abnormal times, you will either be

Table Group Webinar for Consultants and Practitioners

  Tremendous thanks to Pat, Cody, and Chris for hosting this complimentary Webinar for Consultants and Practitioners. Below are my big highlighted takeaways, and then the notes I took live. My Big Takeaways: In abnormal times, you will either be

How Christian Opinion Articles Fall Short, Part Two

In my previous post, I suggested that the December 19 @CTmagazine article “rallied our primitive selves, invigorated our already established opinions, and charged us all with the imperative to act.” Yesterday’s published articles are illustrations of how this plays out.

How Christian Opinion Articles Fall Short, Part Two

In my previous post, I suggested that the December 19 @CTmagazine article “rallied our primitive selves, invigorated our already established opinions, and charged us all with the imperative to act.” Yesterday’s published articles are illustrations of how this plays out.

Evolving Faith Conference | Live Notes & Comments

[These are my notes taken live during the conference. I apologize for any typos, errors, or incoherencies. Updates will be made over the next two days.] #evolvingfaith19 Thursday, October 3 | Pre-Conference, Church Leadership & Evolving Faith: Navigating Healthy Change

Evolving Faith Conference | Live Notes & Comments

[These are my notes taken live during the conference. I apologize for any typos, errors, or incoherencies. Updates will be made over the next two days.] #evolvingfaith19 Thursday, October 3 | Pre-Conference, Church Leadership & Evolving Faith: Navigating Healthy Change

#GLS19 | Live Notes, Day 2

Below is a live blog of my notes from the sessions of the Global Leadership Summit, along with any personal reflections in blue. I have attempted to quote verbatim, and/or record faithfully the points and meaningful lessons as originally intended

#GLS19 | Live Notes, Day 2

Below is a live blog of my notes from the sessions of the Global Leadership Summit, along with any personal reflections in blue. I have attempted to quote verbatim, and/or record faithfully the points and meaningful lessons as originally intended

#GLS19 | Live Notes, Day 1

Below is a live blog of my notes from the sessions of the Global Leadership Summit, along with any personal reflections in blue. I have attempted to quote verbatim, and/or record faithfully the points and meaningful lessons as originally intended

#GLS19 | Live Notes, Day 1

Below is a live blog of my notes from the sessions of the Global Leadership Summit, along with any personal reflections in blue. I have attempted to quote verbatim, and/or record faithfully the points and meaningful lessons as originally intended

I Survived I Kissed Dating Goodbye | Reflections

https://www.isurvivedikdg.com What if you gave millions of people the wrong advice? Reflections I can’t even imagine the emotional journey it must be to begin rethinking and apologizing for the work that so characterized the majority of one’s professional reputation. In

I Survived I Kissed Dating Goodbye | Reflections

https://www.isurvivedikdg.com What if you gave millions of people the wrong advice? Reflections I can’t even imagine the emotional journey it must be to begin rethinking and apologizing for the work that so characterized the majority of one’s professional reputation. In