Tag: reflection

Six Leadership Lessons (Part 3): Sense of Destiny and Lifetime Perspective

The first two lessons were 1) maintaining a learning posture throughout life and 2) valuing spiritual authority as a primary power base. The next two lessons were 3) recognising the importance of leadership selection and development and 4) maintaining a dynamic ministry philosophy. This week we finish looking at Clinton’s six leadership lessons. 5) Effective…

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Meeting God in the Evenings

I am a morning person, and as such, I meet with God deliberately and patiently in the mornings. It’s part of my decision to give God the ‘best’ I have. Of course, as a Christian I have the liberty to enjoy constant communion with God throughout the day. I know that He is with me…

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Evening Reflections

For quite some time now I have wanted to introduce a habitual time of reflection into each evening. It would be a time to look back, prayerfully and thoughtfully, on the day passed and consider: Where was God in these moments? In the big events and meetings, but also in the mundane. In the things…

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Benefits of Blogging

Since re-starting my blogging endeavours, it’s not taken long to appreciate the familiar benefits. Encouraged to learn more. In order to continue writing it helps to have fresh material. Becoming a life long learner is also one of the ways that I pursue God’s heart – through a posture of receptivity and learning. Encouraged to…

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