Legacy Like King

Character Perseverance Fierce conviction Resilience Sacrifice This day as we honor the life and leadership of Martin Luther King Jr, his words remind me of the significance and sacrifice of leadership.  History is the greatest tell of true leadership. Leadership is not a life of comfort and convenience.  The measure of our leadership is defined […]

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My 2016 Best Books List

Well, it’s here. The end of the year. One of my favorite things to do each year is to review the list of books that I’ve read.  [Note: I keep a reading log throughout the year to keep track of everything I’ve read.]  I’m fascinated by how books shape me and how certain books provide […]

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What Do We Do Now?

Well, here we are friends. On the other side of a crazy election year and our emotions run the gamut. We’re conflicted, concerned, fearful, hopeful, apprehensive, excited, uncertain, confident… and a lot of things in between. I’ve remained very quiet most of this election season. I’ve actually really wrestled with this. I’ve been convicted about […]

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Permission to Pause

I was talking with a leader recently who is wrestling with exhaustion and fear of burnout. As a leader of a fast-growing non-profit, she has been running hard for several years. The ministry has amazing momentum and yet she is desperate for a break. The demands are intense. The needs are growing and some down […]

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The First Two Miles: 4 Strategies for Surviving the Start

I have been a semi-avid runner for the last fifteen years. Over the years running has become a way for me to pray, reflect, learn and listen. I do everything from prepare for an important meeting to dance to my favorite new song while I’m running. (Cue JT’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling!”) And most importantly […]

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