Posts Tagged ‘Living in Bonus Time’

Understanding Post-Traumatic Growth By Alec Hill

The Beautiful Truth About Post-Traumatic Growth   There is a beautiful truth about post-traumatic growth that might be easy for many to miss. A decade after the Vietnam War, a Yale University research team interviewed American pilots who had been prisoners of war. Despite horrific conditions, 61% reported that they had actually benefited from their…

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Downsides of Moral Convictions By Alec Hill

Moral Convictions Drive Behaviors Moral convictions are good. They drive us to feed the hungry, evangelize the lost, protect children, and correct past wrongs. This is particularly true when we sense God’s call. The apostle Paul spoke of being “compelled” to share the good news. Martin Luther King Jr. felt that he had no choice…

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Confessions of a Leader By Alec Hill

Confessions of a Leader Who Pretended to be Better than He Really Was Confessions are good for the soul. Several times in my career, people perceived me as being more capable, more spiritual, and more caring than I really was. Deeply desiring not to disappoint – and straining to live up to their inflated image…

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