“One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. When he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray.” Luke 11:1 To respond to that question, Jesus then shared a model prayer that demonstrated a progression of perspectives that could and should change the way we pray today. As Jesus closed out the prayer, He ends with this request, “And lead us not into temptation.” (Luke 11:4). Temptation represents a real challenge to the life Jesus wants to build in o
“How The Mighty Fall” is small research project by Jim Collins, the author of “Good to Great” (one of the most influential business, leadership books in the last decade).
The decline of economy that was fueled by failure from the companies Collin’s profiled in “Good to Great” as successful companies. Following many of their collapses, Collins underwent this project that examines the stages of decline in institutions and companies that fell during the recent recession.
This is a portion of the talk that Craig Groeschel delivered at Catalyst East in 2010 on “generational tension” for the “older” generation.
“Am I in the older generation?”
“If you had to ask that … you have your answer”
From The Perspective of a Younger Guy – This Stuff Was Meaningful:
As the church grows it quickly transforms itself itself into an institution, where it’s main goal becomes to protect it’s traditions and rituals. This perspective on being “older” is much
This is a portion of the talk that Craig Groeschel delivered at Catalyst East in 2010:
Stuff That Hit Home For Me:
I think that you could call my generation “the Entitlement generation” … I hate it when I see it in myself and my peers. That portion is very meaningful to me, personally.
Honor: if you’re in relationships, in the workforce, if you’re alive and young … please listen to that portion. Take time to honor those who paved the path you’re walking on. #Generational
I skipped out of Craig Groeschel’s session at Catalyst ’10 this year to have lunch with one of my best buds, Jay, in Atlanta. I bought the recording, though, and finally got around to listening to it this past week during a workout.
I have to admit I kinda of love Craig Groeschel. He is one of those leaders in his mid-forties to mid-fifties that doesn’t make his church a big deal when he’s in the public forum, even though he could. He gives away all of their work (their vid