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Healing Wounds.
Recently I wounded my hand while swimming. It was a race –me against my older son and somewhere in the middle I got off track and banged my hand against the rough concrete edge of the pool and even though I was triumphant in this..
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Who is Listening?
When speaking to a group of students, don’t concentrate on that one kid who’s not paying attention. While it’s totally natural to want everyone to be paying attention to you when you’re communicating something, the reality is not everyone will listen to you. The student..
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Leading When Key Players Mess Up
In February, toward the end of a hotly contested college basketball game between Oklahoma State and Texas Tech, OSU star player Marcus Smart fouled a player under the basket—his momentum carried him into the crowd on Tech’s home court. As Smart was helped to his..
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Motivating Leaders
Recently I was in a situation where I was working with some leaders, and it became painfully obvious that they were in need of some motivation. The parameters of the project were clear and we all knew what we needed to do. The only problem..
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The Saving Power of the Shared Experience
A great weekend recently spent skiing with friends and family at Granby Ranch reminded me of some favorite memories in youth ministry. It was the winter of 1987 when I first donned a pair of skis on a trip with my youth group. On the..
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