Do you think of yourself as courageous?
When I have some time to myself to do whatever I want, I am usually in one of two places -– in my garage woodworking or on a lake fishing. In one corner of my garage is a pile of boards.
I remember standing in the hotel lobby like it was yesterday. As a young leader, I walked up to two male colleagues, both friends, and posed a question for conversation about my work.
How would you describe your chapter camp experience? If you are like me, it is incredible to realize how much God did in such a short time frame.
Many of us, when we hear the word “vocation,” think of a job or career, but the root meaning is actually “calling,” a good word for us as Christians.
As an Area Director in the Pacific Region a couple of years ago, I can vividly remember several conversations about the lack of strong male leaders in many of our chapters.
Whatever emotional state you find yourself in as you finish the school year and head into or finish chapter camp, I want you to know how thankful I am for you and your service to our Lord.
“What is a friend? A single soul in two bodies.”—Aristotle
At least, any vision sufficient to drive us to prayer, propel us to action and sustain us in discouragement does. It arises from the dissonance between current reality and God’s intention.
Each day we get up, get dressed and bet our life on something. I’m not talking about the dangers of traffic or the structural integrity of bridges.