With the election season looming and politics already taking an ugly turn, it is good to remember that this will be the first Presidential election with Twitter as a mainstream means of communication. That will inevitably lead to a few poorly-considered tweets. And as a pastor, it means you must watch your social media interactions even more closely.
Earlier this week, I wrote on the influence parents have on Millennials. Good magazine has also found that Millennials are reading more than any generation in existence. This should serve as a reminder that not only what we say and love out will influnece this generation, but both what they read and what we write will as well.
Many of us are familiar with 1 Corinthians 13, and what it says love is. Dan takes that one step further with a short list of what love is not.
I’ve been reading a lot lately on organizational health. Patrick Lencioni even calls it "the most important advantage companies can have" in his latest book. One key to having a healthy organization is having defined leadership roles, and Tony does a fine job at laying out how best to clarify those roles.
My "I Am a Church Member" post was one of the most-read posts ever on this blog. The theme resonated with members of both large and small churches and with laymen and clergy alike. Charles provides a quick examination of the ideal church member in this post.
Some new research was released this month on the characteristics of a bad boss. These top ten traits would be useful for every boss to contemplate in a time of self-examination.