Leadership, Waiting Well

The Journey to Easter: Four Lessons in Waiting Well as Leaders

In the Journey to Easter, not much is spoken about "Silent Saturday" between the agony of Good Friday and miracle of Resurrection Sunday. Here are four lessons as leaders for us to wait well for our dreams and miracles.

Leadership, Passion in your Calling, Wholehearted

Keeping Your Passion For Your Calling As a Leader

As leaders, how do we keep our passion for our calling strong when we face opposition and obstacles? Nehemiah gives us four leadership lessons to keep our passion burning in our heart and mind as we move forward.

Leadership, Wholehearted

Are You Whole-Hearted or Hole-Hearted As A Leader?

Happy New 2021! As we assess our time allocation in this new year, it has happened to me and I am guessing you may also experience it. I had said yes and over-committed myself with too many activities, too many volunteer opportunities—Boards, church groups, community committees, etc.  They all seemed worthwhile. None of them was… Continue reading Are You Whole-Hearted or Hole-Hearted As A Leader?

Christmas, Inn-Keeper, Leadership, Preparing Room

Preparing Room As a Leader: The Inn-Keeper’s Christmas Perspective

By Danya M. Jordan The Inn-keeper in the Bible Story of Jesus' birth intrigues me. Not much is written about him. He leaves much to our imagination. With the census going on for the entire Roman World, you know his inn must have stayed jam-packed at 100 percent occupancy. He was truthful to Mary and Joseph. He certainly wasn't a… Continue reading Preparing Room As a Leader: The Inn-Keeper’s Christmas Perspective

Leadership

So Close And Yet So Far: Persevering As A Leader

By Danya M. Jordan One of my favorite stories in the Old Testament is about Moses and the Israelites’ 40-year-journey into the Promised Land of Canaan. They persevered and Moses led them. Joshua was chosen to lead the final way into the Promised Land. What would normally have been an 11-day trip took 40 years… Continue reading So Close And Yet So Far: Persevering As A Leader