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Headlights in the Dark

Posted by Zeb Thomas on

Psalm 119 was on my heart as I drove home one evening a while back. My windshield wipers were ticking rhythmically back and forth as I crested the country road that descends the steep hill down to my house. I half-smiled as I pulled the car to a complete stop. "Let’s see how far I get," I...

Just Like It's 2,000 Years Ago

Posted by Dave DiDonato on

Do you ever wonder sometimes what it was like to be part of the early Church during the first or second century? What it was like to be part of this movement of Christianity as it was just getting started, under heavy persecution yet still spreading like wildfire to the "ends of the...

Tunch and Vince and the Walk for the Homeless

Posted by Vince Consoli on

Tunch Ilkin, our Pastor of Men's Ministry, and I sat down at the Connections Cafe at The Bible Chapel recently to talk about an event that's near and dear to his heart: the annual Walk for the Homeless. Tunch has been headlining this walk for many years alongside his fellow Steelers...

Delegation: The Benefits

Posted by Ron Moore on

Delegation is a leadership must. It provides empowerment and ownership to those on our team. Delegation is not passing off unwanted chores.  Rather, it takes place when a leader empowers the right person to accomplish a significant task with the appropriate direction, support, and...

Leadership: Building Trust

Posted by Ron Moore on

Trust is always at the foundation of a growing and healthy relationship. Without trust, a marriage seldom lasts. A friendship without trust is no more than an acquaintance. A team can never achieve its purpose unless it is built on trust. In their book, The Leadership Challenge, authors Kouzes...

Handling Criticism without Crumbling

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Posted by Ron Moore on

I grew up in a small Oklahoma town. And every day at the top of our local newspaper, The Perry Daily Journal, were these words: If you would avoid criticism, say nothing, do nothing, and be nothing. That’s some sound advice. In life and leadership, criticism is going to come. The question...