Leadership Blog

A Bridge Too Far

Posted by Bryan Choate on

Growing up I loved watching old WW2 movies with my dad. One of those movies was "A Bridge Too Far.” It's the story of 'Operation Market Garden,’ a plan to seize and hold key bridges in the Netherlands that failed miserably.  The name of the movie is credited to a British Officer...

Just 3 Things: Naked Obedience

Posted by Michelle Buchanan on

God has not given us a spirit of timidity, but of power and love and discipline. 2 Timothy 1:7 NASB Pride. It gets in my way of being obedient. Recently, God has shown me that I have not fully stepped into some areas where He has told me to go. I shrink back into safer places. The...

How's Your Memory?

Posted by Mitchell Martin on

I am continually astonished at the capabilities of the human mind. It is incredible how much information can be remembered when we set our minds to it. We have phones that can hold hundreds of gigabytes of memory and computers that can hold terabytes, but this pales in comparison to the human...

Do I Need an Adjustment?

Posted by Scott Marsh on

If I'm honest, this phrase typically comes up when I've hurt my back doing something around the house and I'm considering going to the chiropractor. There have been several times when a good adjustment -- and prayer -- has helped me walk straight again.However, recently I see this phrase better...

Woman to Woman: Unbroken

Posted by Carol Welch on

In 1881 Carlo Collodi published the timeless adventure of Pinocchio, a wooden puppet who longed to be a real boy. He longed for real hands to touch the people around him and a real heart that might be filled with love. To belong and to be loved are powerful yearnings that God has placed in the...

Godly Wife

Posted by Donna Germany on

Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind let each of you regard one another as more important than himself.  Do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.   Philippians 2:3-4 I had the whole day...

Engage in racial reconciliation

Posted by Roy Cervantes on

Last fall I had a roommate drop out of our lease 3 days before we were supposed to move in. We were in a panic to find someone to jump on the lease and our list of friends that we would want to live with was exhausted. In a last ditch effort to find a 3rd roommate, I had my fiancé post an...

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