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a leadership thought

Published on January 31st, 2014

One of the leadership challenges I’ve experienced recently deals with appropriate risk. There are times you must make decisions without having all of the information you want or even need. Do you stop and wait? Do you move forward with confidence that things will fall into place? Do you hide in a closet and hope

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Hebrews 6:10

Published on January 29th, 2014

I love this verse!  I’ve got it tucked away in my mind, and it’s something that is providing personal encouragement.  At ValleyPoint Church, we recently walked through an experience called “Life Verse 2014.”  You can listen to some of those conversations here.  We concluded our time with a challenge for everyone to find a verse

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your journey…

Published on January 28th, 2014

Preparation is required for every journey.  I remember taking a trip recently where we were going to spend time with family in Ohio.  We picked a date.  We took care of all our responsibilities while we would be gone.  The car was prepared for the drive.  We packed.  The kids packed.  We locked the house,

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The Decision Maker

Published on January 24th, 2014

I finished my first book for 2014!  It was an enjoyable read, and I found it to be very helpful.  In The Decision Maker by Dennis Bakke, he shares how to unlock the potential of everyone in your organization based on the belief that people are unique, creative thinkers, capable of learning, and up for

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My top three books from 2013…

Published on January 3rd, 2014

I hope to read more books in 2014.  It’s one of my goals for this new year.  I enjoy reading and often find that it provides ideas, inspiration, and verbiage that I need at exactly the right time.  I’m not sure how or why that happens…it just does.  On top of that, reading just opens

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