National Girls Ministry Article // Influencing a Generation

As leaders, can we truly make a difference?  I want to share with you another article I wrote for the National Girls Ministries for the Assemblies of God.  Clarity, the bi-monthly newsletter for NGM, equips women ministry leaders with resources for teaching and mentoring.  The article focuses on leading others by examining your motives and

The Unlikely Leader

Scripture: “Shamgar son of Anath came after Ehud. Using a cattle prod, he killed six hundred Philistines single-handed. He too saved Israel.” Judges 3:31 Perspective: If you have been on a team with no designated leader, someone eventually emerges as the leader.  When no one steps up to lead, you are faced with the decision:

Book Review: How To Lead & Still Have a Life

How to Lead & Still Have a Life by H. Dale Burke discusses the 8 principles of “Less is More” leadership.  Any person in leadership has struggled or will struggle with leading people and organizations, while maintaining their life.  Even though the book is written from a pastoral leadership perspective, it can apply to anyone

The Recipient of Honor

Note: This is part 3 of a 3-week series.  Click here to read Part 1:The Request of Hospitality.                                        Part 2: The Reason for Hope. Scripture: “All that my master the king has ordered his servant,” answered Ziba, “your servant will surely do.” And Mephibosheth ate at David’s table, just like one of the royal family.

Book Review: A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller is an insightful look into the author’s life story.  While avoiding a publisher for months, Miller discovered the value of a written story and a real life story.  Through sharing his experiences in an eclectic manner, he realizes that he wants his life to write