“But his real genius was in making genius transferable. Jesus awakens the genius in everyone and anyone who would trust in His guidance and walk in his steps.” – The Genius of Jesus, Chapter 1 It’s summer of 1953 and Mrs. Johnson is preparing lunch for her children. It’s a simple lunch of cold sandwiches, … Continue reading The Genius and the Mundane
“Come Creator, sculpt your image once again. Come Son of heaven, sit with us in Emmaus. Come Spirit, and breathe Pentecost into our small, religious habits so we can worship you again.”  Calvin Miller, Celtic Devotions: A Guide to Morning and Evening Prayer (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press Books, 2008).
In the late 1800s, Frederick Douglass, a courageous, compelling figure in American history, said these marvelous words: "I do not despair for this country. The fiat of the Almighty--let there be light--has not yet been spent." Think about that. God's fiat, His formal decree or command, "let there be light" has not yet been spent. … Continue reading “The fiat of the Almighty…”
Bear with me and this harsh language. It is intentional and important. I read that line earlier today in a leadership email from Stephen Mansfield. Here is the gist of what he shared, and it is absolutely essential today. We are living in a time when the list of things to complain about seems endless. … Continue reading Bitching Ain’t Leadership!