The Best of Days—The Worst of Days — 3 Leadership Ques from Luther

I woke up this morning reminded of the opening line of “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…it was the season of light, it was the season[…]

Safe Space — 2 Leadership Qualities for Creating the “Safe Space”

We’ve been hearing a lot about safe places, zones, spaces. Our universities seem to be consumed with making sure students feel safe with their feelings and opinions. The debate continues to rage concerning what true safe space should be. The[…]

To Stand or Not To Stand — Is that the Real Question?

I watched with much concern over the past year the unfolding of the kneeling during the national anthem and honor of the United States flag. I have been quite amazed at what seems to be the lack of understanding of[…]

Clean As You Go

Over the past few weeks Vicki and I have been doing some remodeling at our house. Some of the remodel has been pretty aggressive. In other words we made a huge mess. At one point in the process I spent[…]

Don’t Vacate—Allocate!!! 3 Steps To make the Summer Count.

I read an article the other day about how to make your summer a time of growth. It was a church leadership article. I was interested because I always want to see the church grow and especially in the summer.[…]

It’s Not Too Late-3 ways to finish 2016 Strong and Start 2017 Confident

Still time to Finish 2016 Strong And Start 2017 Confident Run through the Tape After the first of the year starts and the holidays end, there is tendency to think it’s too late to finish last year and start the[…]

3 Steps to Start the Year on a Good Foundation

TweetStep 1 – Start Right I’m a big fan off starting right.  I truly believe how you start is crucial.  Part of my new year schedule is to spend the first month in a devotion and discipleship time.  I find[…]

5 Ways to Make your Marriage Matter During the Holidays

Before Vicki and I were married we started a tradition that we have kept for the past 35 years–a Christmas date.  It was usually Christmas light looking and going to a very fancy restaurant and order dessert and coffee (we were[…]

The Trust Factor – The Glue of leadership

My wife and I have been binge watching a new show called, “The Crown”.  A series about Queen Elizabeth and her becoming queen of England and learning how to adjust to royal leadership.  I have always been intrigued about how[…]