That’s not to say that God’s Judgement is only ever fluff-and-stuff, but that even harsh-SOUNDING words from God are ALWAYS rooted in love.
Many non-Christians AND CHRISTIANS don’t understand this—hating harshness OR hating harshly.
The key to knowing whether a word is truly from God isn’t in whether it’s fluffy or harsh, but whether it’s in-touch with God’s heart. · · · →
Cheers to feeds & social media over newsrooms & periodicals. You & I tweet about what we had for lunch as FOX reports on Huntsman & a Titanic cruise two days straight.. different approaches when there’s nothing to report. With periodicals, you still pay the subscription. · · · →
Christians in media. Not just anyone, but I smell a groundswell. Videos, books, new tools. It’s coming and it will be fast rising. · · · →
In “Good to Great” by Jim Collins, we learn the value of what he calls “first-who-then-what” in terms of vision for an organization. In his study of companies that broke through the glass ceiling of “averageness” to “greatness”, the team was developed first, before they found their final vision and direction.
Collin’s observation, admittedly, departs from conventional wisdom—that vision comes FIRST. So, where does vision fit in? It almost seems to have become an enemy of so-called “leadership” these days. But, it all made sense this evening as I sat at McDonald’s, smothering my double quarter-pounder with cheese in ketchup—another opus of American research that has defiled all street advice.
So, what brilliant discovery popped into my mind as the [metaphoric] tomato hit me on the head? Collin’s “first-who-the-what” observation came paired with another observation he made—the “Level Five Leader”. (He didn’t think of anything better to call it, if you couldn’t tell.) This isn’t a personality type. · · · →