POWER POINTS: The Trust Protocol by Mac Richard

In an easy-to-read format, Richard dissects trust, tells how to gain it, keep it, and use it to lead well, help others, and leave something behind when you're gone. (click on the picture of the book to see it on Amazon). POWER POINTS The "Trust Protocol" = Aligning what you say and do so that … Continue reading POWER POINTS: The Trust Protocol by Mac Richard

POWER POINTS: The Remarkable Ordinary by Frederick Buechner

A collection of Buechner's lectures pointing out the whispers of God in every day life. The editor, John Sloan, writes, in the foreword: "Many times we say life is typical, mundane, common, routine, or dull. Buechner convinces us that every moment is worth it. Our steps are the beginning of a walk into a hall … Continue reading POWER POINTS: The Remarkable Ordinary by Frederick Buechner

Experimenting with “Power Points”

I love to read. On average I read two books a month.  Over the last twenty years I have divided my reading into five categories: Spiritual Leadership Church Professional/Personal Development Biographical/Autobiographical Over the last twenty years I have accumulated hundreds of books. Then things changed... I became an Army Chaplain.  A few ways this changes … Continue reading Experimenting with “Power Points”

Five Favorites Friday (11/2/18)

Five of my favorite things this week... I've been thinking about this quote a lot this week:  Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. Weak men create hard times.  In light of this news, I've spent a LOT of time reading and watching the history of the … Continue reading Five Favorites Friday (11/2/18)

Entry #2: Transitioning

Today I spent about 45 minutes talking with my Superintendent (my church boss... ranking right below Jesus 😉 ) about the logistics of a successful transition at Church180.  We are still waiting to hear the "final word" regarding our transition date to the military. In the meantime we are doing a few things: Working with … Continue reading Entry #2: Transitioning