A contemplation of all things church... and a desire for an increasingly pure church reformed by the word of God.
Monday, December 14, 2009
The "eeds" of Leadership
Margaret McSweeney guest posts over at Michael Hyatt's site and offers 12 leadership lessons from her father, Dr. Claude H. Rhea, Jr., whom she describes as "a strategic visionary, a 32-year colon cancer survivor, a member of the prestigious Royal Society of the Arts, an accomplished international lyric tenor who recorded five albums (one with the Concert Orchestra of London), a published author (including his autobiography, a cook book and two song books for children), a Dean of a Music School and a President of a College."
Weed. (If you're in the Caribbean, California, or Oregon, it's not what you think :-))
I liked the rhyme scheme, and the lessons are helpful, too. Read the entire brief post.
I love the Lord because He first loved me. I love His people because He has given me a new heart. I have received God's favor in the form of my wife, Kristie. And together we know His blessing through three children. I was once a Muslim, and by God's grace I have been saved through faith in Jesus Christ. By God's unfathomable grace I am a preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in which I hope to serve Him until He returns or calls me home!
The New Testament on Church Membership
Hour 1: Returning to guest host on this Dividing Line broadcast, I was able to walk through several New Testament texts which only make sense in the light of...