Voting like a Serpent, Living like a Dove

Posted on November 7, 2016
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A few thoughts about the election and the solemn duty we have as citizens of our country. The Demands of Biblical Citizenship Christians, at times, find the demands of biblical citizenship challenging. It is difficult to pray for political leaders who have a dissolute character, mock righteousness and the fear of God, lack the skills…

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Your Vote

Posted on November 4, 2016
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Ross Douthat depressed me thoroughly with his sobering comments in the New York Times. (Behind a paywall, sadly, but is he really blasting Trump and urging HRC?) In other arenas, solid Christian leaders are falling all over either side of the choice. Some pro-Trump…some, NEVER! Many of these leaders and writers are people read and…

How Some Leaders Lead Through This Election

Posted on October 28, 2016
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Posted at LeaderWorks In the United States, we are enduring one of the longest (it seems) and mean-spirited (it is sure) election seasons imaginable. Politics is on everyone’s mind.  I listened to a news story about a Dallas firm that had asked its employees to NOT discuss politics anymore around the ‘water cooler’. They were…

How Church Leaders Lead in Election Year Tensions

Posted on October 27, 2016
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In the United States, we are enduring one of the longest (it seems) and mean-spirited (it is sure) election seasons imaginable. Politics is on everyone’s mind.  I listened to a news story about a Dallas firm that had asked its employees to NOT discuss politics anymore around the ‘water cooler’. They were not trying to…