Stepping Into The Unknown: Moving Forward To Follow God

Stepping Into The Unknown: Moving Forward To Follow God

Most boys are scared. It must be something they are born with. Some are afraid of the dark, afraid of the first day of school, afraid to fight, afraid to dance, afraid to ask a girl out, afraid to make a tough decision, or afraid to fail. They end up spending a lot of energy “hiding,” hoping nobody will catch on. Sadly for men, some things never change.

I must admit – I, too, am afraid of the dark.

Creating A Plan For Raising Children: 12 Lessons To Teach Your Kids

Creating A Plan For Raising Children: 12 Lessons To Teach Your Kids

I don’t know about you, but my wife and I end up teaching our kids at the most inopportune times. We wait for the kids to fight to teach them about loving their siblings. We wait for tears between them to teach them about selflessness. There is a better way to do this, but it takes having a plan to make it happen.

The Face of Fostering: Life Around The House

The Face of Fostering: Life Around The House

Have you considered being a foster parent? I’ve heard many questions over this past year about what it’s like to be a foster family. Words don’t do it justice, so I’m posting pictures every couple of weeks to help give it a “face.”

How do you craft your leadership story?

How do you craft your leadership story? Stan Ward is a good friend of mine and an excellent teacher on the topic of leadership. I thought you would enjoy a followup to his prior post on using story as a leader. -Kevin In my previous post, I introduced readers to the concept of a leadership story. Today...

When You’re Done Learning, You’re Done

When You’re Done Learning, You’re Done There is a movie quote that haunts me.  It comes to my mind every so often, even though I haven’t heard it quoted directly in years.  As I think about it, I am reminded how I want to live. Remember the movie, Runaway Jury?  In it Gene Hackman is making a point...

5 Questions Every Leader Should Be Able To Answer

5 Questions Every Leader Should Be Able To Answer There are many good guys out there.  But being good can only bring you so far.  After that, precision is required.  It is the difference between being an amateur and a pro.  So what will bridge the divide? I’ve sat across the table from many people looking to...

Why Do Leaders Fall?

Why Do Leaders Fall? Rick Reynolds has such an important ministry in an area that many don’t talk about – infidelity. Enjoy his guest post on his key topic in leadership. – Kevin While speaking to a class of seminary students and their wives, I shared Dave Carder’s statistic...

Obedience Eliminates Regret

Obedience Eliminates Regret Ryan has an incredible story that he shares through his blog. I knew I had to have him guest post as soon as I started reading his stuff. Enjoy. – Kevin My wife, Kendra: “I’d really like to talk about us adopting a child some day, or maybe being foster parents.” Me:...