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Preeminence: In a week that just witnessed another round of the beauty and the mess that is elections in the U.S., it continues to be important that we remember that the God of the Bible is preeminent. We may be excited or disappointed with the...

In Memory of Will Saunders: On September 25th, local videographer and Mission Triangle friend Will Saunders passed away. If you've seen any Mission Triangle videos in the past couple years, most likely Will was the creative & professional mind behind them. Our community will miss...

Listen: One of the greatest ways to serve is to listen. At a time when racial, medical, and political tensions are high, what if we intentionally stopped to listen, even to whom we most disagree? It starts with listening to God, and then perhaps...

Empathy: In the past few days we have been reminded of the fear and hurt caused by racism and racial injustices in our society. Our community and many of our friends are hurting. In addition to fighting injustice and leading compassionately, we must not...

Sacrifice: Today is Memorial Day, a day when we honor the sacrifice of so many. Our thankfulness starts with the greatest example of sacrifice of all, Jesus. As we consider how we are to lead our nonprofits, let us remember the leadership example of...

Community: Signs across the world are saying “we are all in this together,” and that’s Biblical truth. We aren't meant to be alone, even in quarantine. Look for strategic partners and neighbors and embrace the opportunity. It doesn’t make life easy, but it makes it...

Care for the Poor - Nehemiah paused his important work of rebuilding the wall around Jerusalem to care for those that were being neglected in the process. Even in revamping our Strategic Plans, we must remember that our primary purpose is to “love God and...

Stewardship - One very freeing truth during confusing times is that we are simply stewards - of our organizations, our families, and this world. Everything belongs to God and He invites us to steward it with him. Thus, whatever happens, we can trust that the...

Rest - Part of leading is knowing when and how to rest. Studies show that rest is especially key in times if crisis. Like so much else, it’s not just a mandate, it’s an opportunity. And, the Bible is full of instructions about the idea...

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