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9 Principles for Biblical Leadership

I’m grateful to be working alongside incredible leaders like José  Bernardo who is a Vice-President at OneHope overseeing all of our Lusophone countries. He is one of the greatest organizational leaders and strategic thinkers I have ever met. Of course, he shares our passion and vision to engage the next generation with God’s Word. This […]

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The Mission is Still On

In a recent article, Christian writer Jeff Christopherson suggests three ideas that, if embraced by the Church, would lead to unprecedented spiritual renewal in our cities. His ideas were simple:    The Gospel is everyone’s vocation — not just a chosen few.   From the start of the Coronavirus to the time this article was […]

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Time Out

Disclaimer: God is not angry with me… He is simply teaching me something.   I grew up as the oldest of seven children, yes, that’s right, a large family. We don’t see too many of those anymore. I can certainly say that growing up in a family of seven children, two parents, various friends and […]

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Leading Sexual Integrity Apologist, Sy Rogers, Dies at 63

Sy Rogers, a leading apologist on sexuality, died in Orlando on Sunday, April 19, 2020, at 63 after battling kidney cancer for eight months. This was his second bout with cancer. He had been in remission for five years.   Regarded as a gifted communicator, Sy’s teaching ministry spanned over three decades and reached across […]

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Finding Hope in Turbulent Times

We are in a situation right now where we need hope. We need something to look forward to. We need something beyond our current situation. Most, if not all of us, have had to cancel any plans for vacation, travel, parties, sporting events, children’s events, family reunions and many other things. It is easy to […]

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Leading The Church In Uncharted Waters

It has been said that leadership is about leading people where they need to go but often resist going. Today, in the midst of COVID-19, the question the Church faces is how to engage and mobilize people toward their own transformation, in order to accomplish a shared mission in a changing world. If the Coronavirus […]

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Preventing, Testing and Treating COVID-19

Whether you turn on the television, listen to the radio, pick up a newspaper or go online, COVID-19 is the headline. Questions about this relatively unknown coronavirus are dominating global communication as public health professionals worldwide are working diligently to protect patients, visitors, caregivers, staff and society as a whole.  Everyone shares some responsibility for […]

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What do We Do Now?

As you know, we find ourselves at a time and place that is unprecedented in our generation. Floridians have grown accustomed to the frenzy of the grocery in preparation of a hurricane, but the Coronavirus is a different, more trying challenge. Storms are over quickly, and we can move on with our lives. Both impacts […]

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The Good News Wants To Know…

As we approach Easter, Good News Wants to Know… what Bible verse has recently been impactful for you personally, and why? Psalm 91:3 “For He will rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease.” NLT The world is in a panic mode right now and it’s up to us the Christians to […]

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Pause Before You take Taxpayer Funds

An Open Letter to Churches And Ministry Leaders Thousands of pastors and ministry leaders around the United States are currently learning about the government’s new Payroll Protection Program for churches, ministries, and the not-for-profit sector. As a ministry leader, we are faced with a similar decision as many of you. We qualify for approximately a […]

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