Want to Manage Well? Mind the Small Things

Quiet Commitment David’s example of leadership is found exemplified in Luke 6:10a, “He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much….” David’s ascent from shepherd to king of Israel begins with him caring for the least of creatures to caring for God’s chosen people. His rise to leadership was gradual … Continue reading Want to Manage Well? Mind the Small Things

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Serious Questions About Immigration

I love the Statue of Liberty and what she represents. I love that she is a beacon of hope. I love that she beckons to all who wish to live in freedom. I understand the motivation of the “huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” I also love what America stands for and thank God–I am … Continue reading Serious Questions About Immigration

Trump Remorse? Not a Chance!

Perfect? No. Flawed? Like all of us. But my vote was an investment in a better & stronger America. In short, I voted for an ideal, not a man. Donald Trump had me at the escalator ride. I loved his confidence, his dogged determination, and his willingness to leave his lofty perch of wealth and fame to … Continue reading Trump Remorse? Not a Chance!

Want to Lead with Integrity? Set an Absolute Course!

Leadership expert John Maxwell once defined integrity as the “state of being complete, unified…” Though I agree, I think we can go even further in defining it. A much stronger definition of integrity, I believe, is given in the The American Heritage Dictionary. It defines integrity as “steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical … Continue reading Want to Lead with Integrity? Set an Absolute Course!

Freedom & American Exceptionalism: Part II

Philosophical Roots of America’s Founding America’s founding began long before 1776. Though America’s founding document, the Declaration of Independence, relied on the individual rights “…nature and nature’s God…” entitled us, the Declaration relied on the sacred and undeniable truth of natural law and self-government established by other thinkers to get to this point. Aristotle acknowledged … Continue reading Freedom & American Exceptionalism: Part II