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Stuart Briscoe Learned to Trust God in His Preaching
Stuart Briscoe preached his first sermon at age 17. He didn’t know much about the topic assigned him by an elder. But he researched the church of ...
Medieval Musicians Served as Watchmen Over the City
During the late-Medieval period, London had a strange law on the books—each entry gate into the city had to keep a musician on duty. This could ...
Sheep Really Do Need a Shepherd
A sheep named Baarack received a much-needed shearing after rescuers in Australia found the abandoned animal with more than 75 pounds of wool weighing ...
NFL Linebacker Leads by Example
When the subject of locker room leaders is raised among the Tennessee Titans, a few names immediately come up. Names like quarterback Ryan Tannehill, ...
Film Portrays Good Shepherd Protecting His Flock
In the film Greyhound, actor Tom Hanks plays the captain of a US destroyer that is commanding the escorts of a 37-ship convoy. They are crossing the Atlantic ...
The CEO Who Refuses to Use a Smartphone
Sheldon Yellen manages a $1.5 billion company that operates in 31 countries and employs 7,000 people … all without a smartphone. The CEO of Belfor, ...
Shepherd Falls Asleep While Sheep Cause Nuisance
The Telegraph, a British newspaper reported that a flock of over 1,300 sheep "had to be rounded up by police in the Spanish city of Huesca after their ...
Pro Soccer Player Made Soccer His God
In his article titled "Professional Soccer Was My God," former pro soccer player Gavin Peacock writes:
I was never going to be tall, so my dad (who was ...
A Lesson from Mandela on Leadership
Speaking at Nelson Mandela's funeral, Ms. Joyce Banda, the President of Malawi, shared the most profound lesson she learned from him about leadership: ...
A Military Historian Defines Leadership
Leadership is the capacity to inspire and motivate; to persuade people willingly to endure hardships, usually prolonged, and incur dangers, usually acute, ...