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Month: April 2012

16-Things I would tell my Son about Leading

If my son were starting a church this weekend…

and he came to me and asked, “Dad, what are the most important things I need to know?” I would think, “Man, this is my BOY! He has got to get this right.” I would pray a minute, ask him to take out his Ipad, and then say…

1-What you’re doing is all about loving people. Forget that, and you’re doomed
2-Make your wife priority! Never let her feel she’s in the back seat behind ministry
3-Raise your kids in freedom! Don’t let your position make you feel they have to be superstars
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There’s Never a Line at the Squat Rack!

“I Can Squat now!” Because of some previous injuries, I had to give up squats as part of my workout routine… until recently. On the day I was going to add that exercise, I noticed something… No one is standing in line to do squats! Why? Most everyone I know hates and loathe squats. They’re hard,

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Most Radical Way to Find Great Staff

We are truly blessed to have some of the greatest team players in the Kingdom assembled at Cornerstone!

One of the questions I get asked most by other pastors and leaders…

“How do you find such great staff?”

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You Duplicate what You Celebrate in Leaders

We all have heros. Those we would love to be like, and it’s no different for me when it comes to leaders I know. When I have the privilege of spending time with leaders that I admire, I find myself wanting to be like them. In other words, the very qualities that I Celebrate in them, I want

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Get off Your Butt, Kick Butt & Take the City!

As I grow older (And stronger 🙂 Caleb becomes more of a hero to me. I just love that brothers attitude about what God promised, and his ability to walk in it…

“I’m 85 years old. I’m just as strong today as I was the day Moses sent me out. My strength then was as my strength is now, whether for war or for everyday activities.”

O yeah! Dude is 85 today! On his birthday he’s like I am just as strong as I was forty years ago! I can still…

  • Kick Butt
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