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Posts tagged ‘leadership’

Raising Boys to Manhood – Real Men Lead Courageously

I’ve noticed something lately. There’s a vacuum of great leadership in our culture. Single Mommas (and parents in general), it’s more important than ever to be intentional about developing your son into a courageous leader. His courageous leadership will benefit his future home/family, business, church, and


Get This and People Will Follow Your Leadership

Yay! The 2012 election cycle is setting on the landscape of human history. That makes me so happy! This one’s been really tough. Some of the behavior I’ve seen has rattled me. Makes me wonder how it’s impacted our youth.  They’ve watched American citizens spewing hatred. Campaigners,


Leadership: A Dangerous Characteristic to Avoid

“Everything rises and falls on leadership. And leadership truly develops from the inside out. If you can become the leader you ought to be on the inside, you will be able to become the leader you want to be on the outside.” 21 Indispensable Qualities


Great Leaders Unite People

u·ni·ty 1. the state of being one; oneness. 2. a whole or totality as combining all its parts into one. 3. concord, harmony, or agreement. Years ago, God prompted me to implement a learning center Sunday school program in the church where I was on staff. In this dynamic, interactive program, children rotate to various learning centers . . . great for the kids/more work


What a Great Leader Never Does

The other day, my son and his friends were talking about the presidential candidates. One of his friends said, “If you look past all the bad things Obama has done, he’s really a great leader.” Interesting line of thought. Good leadership is critical to the


Is America Able to Choose a Good Leader?

Our culture is decaying. We’re morally bankrupt. Yes, I mentioned morals. I know that’s pretty taboo nowadays. But it’s time to wake up from our slumber. This post has been simmering in my mind for a long time. In it, I’m going to help you


Elevating Rwandan Youth

On the Wooded Path – Impacting the World with Compassion My husband and I support a ministry (Kids Across Africa Camps) that is working to enable and equip the youth of Rwanda by teaching them life skills, self-confidence and leadership through experiential learning. The most