God sets the standard for goodness

How do we determine what is “good” and what isn’t “good”? What is the standard for “goodness”?  In Matthew 19:16-17 we read of the story of the Rich Young Ruler. … Continue Reading →

God is good

God is good

I believe very strongly that our perception of God will radically affect the way we think and act! If we have a poor and distorted view of God – it will … Continue Reading →

killers of good leadership

12 killers of good leadership

I know numerous leaders with great potential. They have all the appearance of being a good leader. But they lack one thing — or two. In my experience, some of … Continue Reading →


The solution to overload

We live in an overloaded world and we are suffering for it.  We are overloaded with activity. We are overloaded with choices. We are overloaded with commitments. We are overloaded with debts. We are … Continue Reading →

life is risky

Life is risky

Whether we like it or not or accept it or not, life is risky.  We can’t avoid risk.  It is all around us. Getting into your car to drive to work … Continue Reading →

tyranny of the urgent

Fighting the tyranny of the urgent at home

In the 1960s, Charles Hummel published a little booklet called Tyranny of the Urgent!, and it quickly became a business classic. In it, Hummel argues that there is a regular … Continue Reading →


One more thing won’t hurt syndrome

Have you’ve ever said these words before?  One more thing won’t hurt.  I have many times. I can get involved in another community project. I can add another event into … Continue Reading →