Monthly Archives: April 2017

Is Your Organization Healthy?

I have job security because, in part, there is a lack of organizational health. That is a loud statement. It is not an exaggeration that the majority, by a wide margin, of hurts I interface with at a personal level … Continue reading

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Darkness and Sight

“So, after receiving the morsel of bread, he (Judas) immediately went out. And it was night.” John 13:30 “Now on the first day of the week Mary Magdelene came to the tomb early, while it was still dark…” John 20:1 … Continue reading

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Calling, Purpose and Ministry Fit for Retention

Improper Ministry Fit can be a Death Sentence to Workers One of the core elements of resiliency is a sense of purpose. This is fulfilled by being graced with responsibilities and commensurate authority to fulfill those responsibilities that match ones … Continue reading

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Relationships Essential to Resiliency

A dear friend, with whom I graduated college, and her husband are some of the most amazing Christ-winners in the hard, spiritual soil called Japan that I know. She did her doctoral dissertation on what the thematic elements are that … Continue reading

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