Posts Tagged ‘peace’

Living on the Other Side of Anxious By Mark L. Vincent

Learning to Become Anxious for Nothing Being non anxious is a pretty handy gift during Pandemic Time! I’ve been teased as a person who never gets riled – and more than once given the nickname Yoda by people who don’t even know each other. I don’t think that never riled is accurate, because when anger…

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Being at Peace With God By Howard Rich

Stewards are at Peace with God Take a moment and think about how you experience the undeniable peace of God in your life as a leader. For me, I feel it in my leadership when I am seeking His guidance through an ongoing, personal communion with Him.  That relationship is intensely personal but requires intentional…

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The Rest of God by W. Scott Brown

“Return to your rest, my soul, for the LORD has been good to you.” ~Psalm 116:7 By W. Scott Brown ~ Is your soul at rest? In a world experiencing turmoil and uncertainty do you exude Christlike peace? Have you experienced the rest of God? Nothing speaks more powerfully to those we lead, or impacts more profoundly today’s restless…

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3 Gifts from God on Our Cancer Journey

by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. It was probably the worst scenario for my wife, Jenni, to find out that she had breast cancer. It was January 19, 2011 and she was alone. I was in England fulfilling my PhD residency requirement. Sammy and Sophie, our two teenagers, were at school. She got a phone call.…

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Saying "I do" to Workplace Peace

By Wendi Dykes Good leaders in the workplace are also expected to love, honor, cherish, and effectively communicate through crisis and conflict. It is no wonder conflict in organizations is so difficult to understand. When it comes right down to it, we may feel that we’re asked to adhere to similar levels of respect and…

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Saying "I do" to Workplace Peace

By Wendi Dykes Good leaders in the workplace are also expected to love, honor, cherish, and effectively communicate through crisis and conflict. It is no wonder conflict in organizations is so difficult to understand. When it comes right down to it, we may feel that we’re asked to adhere to similar levels of respect and…

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