Category Archives: Leadership

Unlikely Spokesperson

In 2013, Bill Hader was hired to be the commercial voice of “Mr. Peanut”. Ironically, Hader was chosen for the role despite having a severe peanut allergy! To say the least, he was an unlikely spokesperson for peanuts. God has … Continue reading

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Contagious Courage

Fear seems to be contagious. Ten of the twelve men who were sent to explore the land of Canaan came back with a fearful report, which caused the people to rebel against the Lord (Numbers 13 and 14). However, courage … Continue reading

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A Question of Salvation

The leaders of a certain church decided that they wanted to reach out to the poor people in their community. So they designed programs to benefit the needy, and eventually many of them, including some homeless people, were attending the … Continue reading

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Good Heritage

Linda Click remembers the time she sat down with her daughter and explained with pride that her grandfather was a preacher, her great-great grandfather was a preacher, and her great-great-great grandfather was a preacher. To which the young girl replied, … Continue reading

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Powerful!

This past offseason the New York Yankees acquired power hitter Giancarlo Stanton in a trade. Stanton led the major leagues last season when he blasted 59 home runs for the Florida Marlins. Stanton will beef up an already powerful Yankee … Continue reading

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Too Many Voices

Years ago I was playing slow pitch softball, and a player on the opposing team hit a scorching line drive up the middle. The ball was hit so hard that our pitcher wasn’t able to field it cleanly, but he … Continue reading

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Standing for the Truth

We live in an age where many consider truth to be relative. To insist that there is such a thing as absolute truth offends a lot of people. However, Jesus says that the truth not only exists, but that it … Continue reading

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The Importance of Prayer

Some vandals once broke into a church building and set it on fire. It just so happened that a group of men in the congregation were scheduled to gather at the church to pray early that morning. When they got … Continue reading

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Unusual Title

A lady once came in to the office of a large church, wanting to see the Pastor of Missions. This was a large church, with several pastors, each with a specific title—Senior Pastor, Pastor of Caring and Fellowship, and so … Continue reading

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He Heard You

A story is told about a time when Winston Churchill was attending an official ceremony in London. Two men behind him recognized him and began to whisper behind his back. “They say Churchill’s quite senile now,” said one. “Yes, and … Continue reading

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