As a committed Christian, and an intentional disciple of Jesus, I find myself deeply interested in the “humility and mercy” aspect of the exercise of leadership. Because we live in a culture that tends to eschew humility as weakness, and laugh at mercy for the same reason…
It’s not middle ground we need, but new ground.
The Lord will fulfill his purpose for me; your steadfast love, O Lord, endures forever. Do not forsake the work of your hands. – Psalm 138:8 Apparently there is already a lot of second-guessing in the U.K. following the referendum… Read More ›
When we look to the future, we must do so with our hearts and souls firmly planted in the commitment and the years of experience that make the present at the same time both beautiful and fragil
300-million shades of purple: Enough already with the “polarization” declarations. I believe that cliché misses the point here. Let me explain: Early this morning, walking the dog in an adjacent neighborhood, I ran into a “nodding acquaintance.” (Nodding acquaintance means someone… Read More ›
his week, in preparation for next Tuesday’s elections, I’ve been talking with God about the details, trying to look beyond all the hype, doing my best to discern what the candidates truly value, and asking myself who among the politicians… Read More ›
kay, friends and visitors, here it is. At long last, the post that none of you have been waiting for and the rest of you don’t care about! It’s, “The Politics of Derek.” First off, I believe it’s important that… Read More ›