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May 2017

In Review

This will be our final post as we head into the summer break. We’ll resume regular posting in August. This past year, we explored a number of important themes for everyday leaders. Here’s a brief recap of some of the... Continue Reading →

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Chris Voss has negotiated with international terrorists and domestic criminals. His work has taken him to Cambodia, Haiti, and Brooklyn. And in his book Never Split the Difference ( HarperCollins, 2016) he systematically explores the art of successful negotiation. It's... Continue Reading →

Friday Quote

"The busyness of things obscures our concentration on God … Never let a hurried lifestyle disturb the relationship of abiding in Him. This is an easy thing to allow, but we must guard against it." —Oswald Chambers Prayer: Lord, allow... Continue Reading →

Rhythms of Sabbath

(This is part 4 of 4 in a Leadership & Brokenness “mini-series.”) We previously suggested that healthy leaders can engage in several practices to avoid and address burnout: acknowledging brokenness, managing emotions and creating rhythms of Sabbath. A question has... Continue Reading →

Friday Quote

"You will never make a good impression on other people until you stop thinking about what sort of impression you are making . . . If you simply tell the truth you will, nine times out of ten, become original... Continue Reading →

Jessup 3for3 – Pastor Lance Hahn

Happy Tuesday! This is the 2nd in our "3for3" Series, where we simply ask leaders 3 leadership questions in 3 minutes - lending insight into practical, everyday leadership. Today's interview is with our friend and brother, Pastor Lance Hahn. Lance has been the... Continue Reading →

Autopilot and Leadership

  According to Wikipedia, autopilot is a system used to control the trajectory of an aircraft without constant 'hands-on' control by a human operator. What would happen if a leader was on autopilot? Dean and Linda Anderson, in their book,... Continue Reading →

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