Monthly Archives: November 2010

Learning to Love


One of the most maddening aspects of life is when we have conflicting emotions and our less noble emotion trumps the other one.  This was Peter’s case in his relationship with Jesus.  He was passionately loyal to Jesus.  This was … Continue reading

Posted in Leadership, Spiritual Growth | 12 Comments

The POW Principle


I was once told that during the Korean War there was an extensive study done on the psychological dynamics of “breaking” a prisoner of war. The people in charge of the study exposed the North Korean POWs to a wide … Continue reading

Posted in Design, Spiritual Growth | 15 Comments

A Mercy Gift Surprise


Food is not a really big deal to me.  There are a few things I absolutely dislike — curry, cole slaw, Taco Bell and Waffle House. And there are a few things I enjoy more than others like my own … Continue reading

Posted in The Redemptive Gifts of Individuals | 12 Comments

Sanctifying the CEO’s Office


CEO’s very rarely do what they are hired to do. My father introduced me to Peter Drucker who was one of the greatest management gurus of the last century.  While many others developed or spoke about the fad of the … Continue reading

Posted in Blessing Land, Defining the Spiritual Climate | 4 Comments

Sanctifying the COO's Office


As I consider the COO and his range of duties, it feels as though we could reasonably distill them into three broad categories that could each benefit from being well marinated in blessings. There are systems that allow the internal … Continue reading

Posted in Blessing Land, Defining the Spiritual Climate | 3 Comments

Sanctifying the Marketing Office


There are two kinds of marketing.  Some marketing departments are in charge of getting people to buy poorly made, over-priced objects which they don’t need and can’t afford.  A righteous marketing department is in charge of informing people about a … Continue reading

Posted in Blessing Land, Defining the Spiritual Climate | 1 Comment

Sanctifying the Receptionist's Land


There are at least four significant areas of a business that could benefit from extra heavily blessed land.  They are the CEO’s office, the COO’s office, the Director of Marketing and the person who first answers the phone.  We will … Continue reading

Posted in Blessing Land, Defining the Spiritual Climate | 10 Comments