Leadership Lesson at 30,000 Feet

We were getting ready to take off from Monterrey International Airport in Mexico. We had just spent a wonderful week at Possibilities House For Children. After walking down the narrow aisle, contorting to put my luggage in the overhead compartment, doing a twist and a side move, I ended up sitting next to a fellow Canadian. After […]

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Are You Prepared?


 Many years ago I worked for a company that was very safety conscious. Whether they cared more for the health of their employees or avoiding lawsuits is debatable, but safety was taken very seriously nonetheless. Yet I was always puzzled when they would announce when a safety inspection was to occur. This provided us lots of time to sit back, relax and make everything ship shape just before the inspection and pass it easily.

When asked by his disciples when he will return, Jesus says, “But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.” (Matt. 24:36)

How can we sit back and relax when we don’t know when the Saviour is to return? If he were to return today, would we pass inspection?

In Matthew 25 1:-13, our Lord gives us the parable of the 10…

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An Embarrassing Reminder

Often I am who I am and act like I act out of fear of something that I have created in my own mind out of the lies Satan has told me

The Recovering Legalist

I was planning on sharing something different this morning, but then I read another post (from Matthew Winters) that changed my mind.

I won’t go into detail, for, as truth would have it, the Devil is in the details; I will just give you a thumbnail sketch of what happened to me a couple of hours ago.

Early in the morning hours I made a call over the radio on my school bus. It was not a serious call, just one to add a little humor into the day. I called into my dispatch (everyone could hear this) and said, “All of my elementary students are acting right for a change…please advise.” After a silly reply or two, a serious voice came over the radio from the head boss, the manager of the whole show, and asked to see me in his office when I got back to the lot.

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