Posts Tagged ‘Perspective’

Vicarious Suffering By Alec Hill

Lessons in Vicarious Suffering ”I rejoice in what I am suffering for you, and I fill up in my flesh what is still lacking in regard to Christ’s afflictions, for the sake of his body, which is the church.” Writing from prison, the apostle Paul inked this statement and it has puzzled theologians for centuries.…

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Give No More By Wes Willmer

How do you know when it is time to give no more? By Wes Willmer ~ Imagine with me, one day you come home and start leafing through your mail – sorting the personal letters from the bills and the appeals- when your eye catches an envelope teaser that says, “Give No More.”  Intrigued, you…

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Perspective, Curiosity, and A Learner Identity By Mark L. Vincent

Steward Leaders: Perspective, Curiosity and a Learner Identity By Mark L. Vincent ~ To lead an organization is to be regularly called on for perspective. To grow in that role does not just mean to learn, it involves embracing the identity of a Learner. Other identities tempt us: Telling (do this!) Doing (let me do…

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Perspective of Leadership By John C. Reynolds

By Dr. John C. Reynolds ~ Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) celebrates its 40th anniversary at the Outcomes Conference and the theme for this year is “perspectives.” What sets us apart as “Christian” leaders is that our perspective of leadership, or starting point of view, originates from a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. As Christians, we…

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