08 May 2019

Movers and Shakers

Every neighborhood has its assets. Caring about families and neighbors is a tremendous asset. Do people share in community by helping each other in times of trouble? Do they embrace

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13 Mar 2019

Turning Inputs into Outcomes

“Some people have ten years of experience while others have one year of experience, ten times.” That saying is popular because, rather than develop automatically, our personal growth, Christian maturity,

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17 Dec 2018

Two Crucial Questions for Christian Formation

Mary is the model disciple in Luke’s Gospel. From the Annunciation and Magnificat (Luke 1:26–38, 46–56) to Jesus’ birth and childhood narratives (2:1–52) and beyond, Luke paints an intimate portrait

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01 Oct 2018

Leadership Milestones

“What goes into making a leader?” I asked John Rondon, who is a longtime member of The Salvation Army’s Brooklyn, N.Y., Bay Ridge Corps; a New York City public school

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05 Jul 2018

If you want to lead, then you’ve got to love.

As kids, every week after church softball or volleyball, my dad brought us to Friendly’s® for ice cream sundaes. We’d order Jim Dandies and Banana Splits—the most expensive dishes on

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