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When the darkness sweeps in

“1 dead, 19 injured after crash” This is the sort of news that is becoming routine in our world today.  Here, a car barreled into non-violent protesters. We would link it to a terror attack, except this is not. It happened in the US of A – the land of the free and brave. Some […]

Making Decisions as a Leader

Decision making is far more than listing down the Pros and Cons. It involves more than thinking through the options and seeking godly counsel. It is more far reaching than being able to meet a dateline and therefore moving on to the next thing. As a leader, decision making is a discipline, a process, and […]

When we aren’t feeling proud about church because…

What do you reply when someone asks, “How is church?”. I recently asked this of two persons from the same church. “It’s…okay..”, came the response. It isn’t an easy question to answer is it? We don’t want to sound cliché; and in truth, most of us have some concerns or issues with our local churches. […]

Where do pastors go to retire, if they should/could?

I am reaching my personal jubilee and have started thinking about things which I never did; such as retirement. In the current ever-new world with a possible economic shift, where do pastors go to retire? Actually, I don’t believe in retirement. The reason is simple: work is a gift and a mandate given by God. […]

Community: what comes to mind?

by Jenni You may be an introvert, and extrovert or a bit of both. You may have grown up in a large rowdy family or a small quiet one. You may have walked into church one day all by yourself or was ushered in by a friend or more.   I remember the ah-ha moment […]