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Eight Little Words
November 15, 2016
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Eight Little Words

Over the past few days I have been reading my Facebook feed and watching the various reactions about the election. Most, but not all of my friends are in shock, saddened, confused and fearful. Some of my friends are asking for Jesus to come back. Some are sharing horrifying posts of hate crimes. Others are […]

Moving Beyond My Anger to Remember Dr. King’s Dream
January 19, 2015
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Moving Beyond My Anger to Remember Dr. King’s Dream

I took my family to see the movie Selma and I left angry. I was born in 1969, almost one year and eight months after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I was raised hearing about the iconic Dr. King during Negro History Week (we didn’t get a month until 1976). I toured […]

Leading for the Long Haul

Leading for the Long Haul

One of my favorite “old-timey” songs sang in the church says, “Come go with me the journey is long, come go with me the journey is long.”  As leaders, we must lead for the long-haul.  Leadership understands that we are called to guide and prepare those who follow us, to a future destination.  We cannot […]