Learning to Be Diplomatic

by FaithLink
Being “diplomatic” is an excellent trait in many interpersonal circumstances. Diplomacy often involves analyzing a situation and knowing how to act or speak in a… read more

The Delivery Truck Principle of Leadership

by Ron Edmondson
When I was in business, I once owned a small manufacturing company. Most of my time was spent in an office or on the road somewhere, but when I had time I loved to hang out in … read more

True Freedom of Worship

by Christian Piatt
Faced with the question about whether or not we value freedom to worship, most of us, particularly from mainline protestant traditions, would agree that such freedom is a good… read more

Firing the Coach

by Josh Tinley
For a few days back in January, most of the people in my hometown of Nashville weren't terribly interested in the unrest in Egypt or the 25th anniversary of the Space Shuttle… read more

Introducing Weekly Communion

by Peter Surran
Growing up Roman Catholic, I had come to a certain understanding that celebrating the Eucharist, or Holy Communion, was simply what we did when we went to church. For several… read more

Recovering from a Vocational Near-Death Experience

by Martin Thielen
Twenty-three years ago I had a near death experience—not physically but vocationally. Multiple factors contributed to my ministerial burnout at the young age of thirty. I… read more
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