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3 Steps to Overcoming Anger and Anxiety | RE-POST

3 Steps to Overcoming Anger and Anxiety | RE-POST

There on the cool lime stone floor sat a man with a crippled hand. He probably did not have high expectations or hope of healing that day. He was probably just coming to participate in the run of the mill synagogue service as he had been raised to do. But that day Jesus took notice . . .

Who Are Your Heroes? — The Power of Example

Who Are Your Heroes? — The Power of Example

For President’s Day, I could not resist the temptation to tip our hats to the presidents. I have never been able to visit Mt. Rushmore in person, but I hope I get to. It looks breathtaking. In light of our recent political history, many of us are a little jaded regarding our political leaders. We have on more than one occasion been sold the bill of “hope” and “change” only to find our country in a new war, being more in debt,…

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4 Vital Keys to Extraordinary Leadership

4 Vital Keys to Extraordinary Leadership

There is a lot of talk about leadership today. The leadership discussion has also swept into the Church as well, and for good reason. The Church is an organization, and where you have an organization, you need leadership.

One question we need to ask is how do we evaluate leadership as a church? Are there different standards of leadership? Are they all equal? Are there versions of leadership that are injurious to the Church or morally wrong? We need to think long and hard about this. It is easy to nod the head and adopt language, ideas, theory, and methodology without deep evaluation that are possibly contrary to the mission of…