Patrick Lencioni just came out with his book, Three Signs of a Miserable Job: A Fable for Managers. I've read many of his books, but I haven't read this one yet. However, the title has me thinking where he might go in the book. All of us have bad days at work. We might even go so far as to say we were miserable that day. But how do you know if you have a miserable job? I would imagine it somewhat comes down to the eyes of the beholder.
- May 14, 2013 |
If we have sheltered our family in the Word of God and built our foundation on the Rock, then we have a shelter in the storm.
- May 14, 2013 |
We all know, at least in our heads, that prayer is important. Yet how many of us honestly believe that our prayers, the simple prayers of our far-from-perfect family, can really make a difference?
Suicide is not new. But its acceptability and even popularity are quite new.
The House Oversight and Government Reform committee heard compelling testimony Wednesday of three career diplomats about what occurred before, during and after the Benghazi terror attacks.
When Jesus told his disciples that he would be leaving them, they reacted with sorrow, but when it actually happened they reacted with joy. Why?
What to do when the idyllic imagery of motherhood often doesn't match up with the reality of life
A lot of things go into making a person great in the eyes of our culture. Unfortunately these days, character isn't necessarily one of them.
As I survey the contemporary church, one of my gravest concerns is the power and prevalence of mysticism. It is at the heart of Sarah Young’s bestselling Jesus Calling, it is in all the much-loved books by John Eldredge... (read more)
I'm afraid that if I'm not careful, I may raise up little Pharisees, who so imbibe the values I teach that they use them as a cudgel with which to judge others.
Mental illness and suicide were taboo topics for many churches, seen as a kind of spiritual failure. But that may be starting to change.
Somebody once said that a man's work is from sun to sun, but a mother's work is never done. That sounds about right. Mothers are modern-day heroes!
The comfort of familiarity may be keeping you from new and brighter opportunities
Directing each other to think upon the attributes of God is such a wonderfully biblical way to counsel one another.
When Jesus was asked by his disciples, “Lord, teach us to pray,” he did not say, “Well, for one thing, don’t use words. Just listen.” Instead, he told them (and us) to use words and, in one instance, he even gave us the exact words to say.
Everyone dreams of thriving. Yet too often, we settle for simply surviving the challenges that come our way in this fallen world.
Every mother needs a healthy dose of wisdom when it comes time to answer the inevitable questions.
If I could go back there are some things I would do differently. Here's what I’ve learned from some painful life circumstances.
According to a new survey, only 17 percent of adults in the U.K. believe the church has "their best interests at heart." Is America headed in the same direction?
Within Christian circles, Max Lucado is a household name, beloved for his gentle and inspiring books. The San Antonio-based pastor is a publishing icon. More than twenty million of his titles are in circulation, and his throngs of readers eagerly await each year’s new release.