A great question! One of the issues being talked about in light of certain cultural trends is the need for resilience. Interestingly, commentators argue that what was always trumpeted as a national characteristic is now less true than it was. Without any pre-ordained plan, we have replaced a culture of resilience – characterised by flourishing in […]
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Gordon MacDonald and Bill Hybels with Nancy Beach Defining Moments episode, 2006 Summary What does it mean to live a Resilient Life? And what impact does resilience, or the lack of it, have on your life and ministry? Gordon MacDonald joins Bill Hybels and host, Nancy Beach for this issue of Defining Moments. Gordon […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ The False Self The false self is pretending, consciously or unconsciously, to be somebody you are not. Defensive and superficial, it severely limits our relationships and our effective witness for Christ. The following is a brief inventory to determine how much of a mask, or false […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ A post from Rich’s blog in 2012: My most important take away from the Global Leadership Summit Day 2 of the Global Leadership Summit. Man, I’m glad I experienced this. As I rushed home to my Brooklyn apartment, I was thinking and talking my wife’s ear […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ A post from Rich’s blog in 2012: The Blessing and Curse of the Global Leadership Summit I just got home from day 1 of the Global Leadership Summit. I attended the conference with about 12 folks from New Life Fellowship. It was great to go as […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ Prayer, Cereal and the Restoration of the World One of my most important spiritual disciplines is journaling. I try to journal 4-5 times a week, sometimes multiple times a day. Some weeks I get it right. Some weeks I don’t. This discipline has helped me to […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ Am I Becoming a More Mature, Differentiated Leader? One of the key tasks of leadership is to become increasingly differentiated. Our primary task, like Jesus, is to calmly differentiate our “true self” from the demands and voices around us, discerning the unique life the Father has […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ Sabbath: Receiving Revelation in Rest When we miss the gift of rest, especially Sabbath rest, we miss so much of God. First, God comes to us with insights and truths that can only come when we rest. Our minds are not filled with our to do list […]
~ image text from Pete Scazzero’s Daily Office ~ Top 12 Signs of Being in “Loving Union” Jesus’ leadership flowed from a deep centeredness of loving union with his Father. His activity flowed from a total dependence and unceasing communion with him. He invites us to a similar relationship with him: “If you remain in me […]