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Leadership and Tough Decisions

Often as a leader, one must make difficult or even unpopular decisions. Decisions that are unpopular are often the most difficult. How can we make better decisions when faced with differing pathways?  I’ll offer seven (7) insights on making better

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Three Catalytic Shifts in Metro Atlanta that May Shape our Mission

Three catalytic shifts have occurred in Atlanta’s recent history that should inform our strategy for reaching the metro Atlanta area with the gospel of Jesus Christ. These shifts notably occur in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.   Neighborhood

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My Response to the New Zealand Massacre

The news from New Zealand on Friday, March 15, caused my heart to grieve. I grieve that someone would intentionally target others for destructive violence. I grieve that we, as humanity, so easily embrace stereotypical perspectives about others. I grieve

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