Follow to Lead
I grew up as a PK (a pastor’s kid, for those not familiar with the abbreviation), and throughout my childhood I was constantly reminded that I needed to be a role model for other children.
Being the Best “for” the World
It should go without saying, “Leaders are not owners” but sometimes a leader can project a sense of ownership. Regardless of one’s role, the part a steward-leader plays is more about relationships than a position he or she holds.
Time-Out for Leaders
Regular commuters are creatures of habit. Sitting in roughly the same place on the train every day, we become nodding acquaintances with our travelling companions.
Stewardship and Salvation
Recently I was requested, to give a short devotional presentatio during an orientation for local church treasurers in a large metropolitan area.
Leadership and God's Grace
These are the words of King David directed to Ziba the servant of King Saul.
GC Session Behnind the Scenes
Let me begin by welcoming you, in anticipation, to San Antonio where the Church will be holding the 60th General Conference Session from July 2-11, 2015.
Leaders in God's Kingdom
We know the book of Revelation as a prophetic document. It is! It has been written with the clear purpose to reveal things that will happen shortly, but as in the book of Daniel, there are prophetic parts and also spiritual insights.
As a pastor I cannot lead from a distance. I’ve got to be present with the people.” Pastor Andre Ascalon of the First Seventh-day Adventist Church of Newark, New Jersey (USA) shared this statement with me. It made a real impression.