Tagged: leadership

recalibrating my talking points

recalibrating my talking points

Keen observers here at my personal blog may have noticed a change of pace with blog posts as of late. This disruption of rhythm involves 2 things. One, I’ve been rethinking how I can better communicate my own voice while...

Pastors. Affairs. Power. Ethics.

Pastors. Affairs. Power. Ethics.

It all unravels eventually. Whether it’s getting tired of hiding the indiscretion, telling a lie, living a lie. Or, getting caught red-handed. Another pastor admits an emotional and physical affair. It’s wrong and there are tons of consequences. I think...

connecting in Chicago

connecting in Chicago

This week I’ll be in Chicago and have an opportunity to connect with old and new friends in the Kingdom. At something called the Asian North American Theology and Ministry Consultation, there’ll be maybe 100 or so Asian American leaders...

how to be a movement leader

how to be a movement leader

Rosa Parks, a seamstress from Montgomery, Alabama, would not give up her bus seat to a white man in 1955. Historians mark the date of her quiet-but-revolutionary act as the start of the modern civil rights movement in the United...

Church can be so much simpler

Church can be so much simpler

Today’s the big day for a blog book tour on Dave Browning’s Deliberate Simplicity. Dave’s clear on the mission of the church, and cuts out the complexity that can so easily distract. The book takes its time to unpack how...

5 ways to develop leaders

5 ways to develop leaders

Leadership is big business. There’s over 3,200 products tagged “leadership” on amazon.com. This leadership industry of selling goods and services shows there’s tons of interest in leadership development amidst organizations of all kinds: government, business, corporations, non-profits, ministries, churches, et...

webcast with 2 Catalyst guys

webcast with 2 Catalyst guys

I’ve never been to that mega-conference called Catalyst, missed meeting Brad Lomenick at Q NYC (I think that’s where our paths crossed), and didn’t catch them on their road trip. I’m not able to go cross country this year either.