Ken Blanchard shared a blog post based on one of the chapters in his book Simple Truths Of Leadership (which I highly recommend to leaders!). He wrote, “When you catch yourself doing things right, everything in your life will improve—especially your relationships. Why? Because it’s fun to be around people who like themselves. After all, if you’re not your own best friend, who will be? And as my dad used to say, ‘If you don’t toot your own horn, others might use it as a spittoon!’”
For all Christians, but especially for those in leadership positions, Jon Bloom shares How to Watch for Wolves: Three Signs of False Teachers.
Fight The New Drug shares the research behind 15 Basic Facts About Human Sex Trafficking.
This is a great lesson from church history on the power of importunate prayer: The Hundred-Year Prayer Meeting.
Mary Slessor set a high bar for missionaries. John Stonestreet reminds us of this amazing woman.