The Church’s Biggest Problem
You. And me.
The Most Important Leadership Trait You Shun
What sets the best leaders apart? “Their ability to know their limitations, surround themselves with others who fill their gaps, and perhaps most important of all, freely and openly admit to others that they are aware of and comfortable with their shortcomings. These leaders attract and retain the best employees, and inspire them to be vulnerable too.”
This is an incredible article. If you want to get insight into what it’s like to suffer anxiety and panic attacks have a read of this. And if you suffer from anxiety, you might think you’re the model of calm after reading this.
Psychology: Friend or Foe
I’m really enjoying Chris Bogosh’s new blog about “Informing, transforming, and reforming the Christian’s approach to modern medicine.” Here’s another balanced and biblical article.
Ray Ortlund identifies four obstacles that may be preventing us from outdoing one another in showing honor (Romans 12:10).
A Good Book Can Rewire Your Brain
“New research, carried out at Emory University in the US, found that reading a good book may cause heightened connectivity in the brain and neurological changes that persist in a similar way to muscle memory.” And if you need more motivation to get reading, why not try Jon Acuff’s Empty Shelf Challenge.