Through the years, I have tried to compensate for my strong tendencies toward introversion. Indeed any leadermust compensate to lead effectively. Here are my own seven principles for leading as an introverted leader.
- Scot McKnight comments on Tim Keller, the cross and the cross-life.
The saving cross is the paradigm for the serving cross.
“We tend to see purpose in the world,” Oxford University professor Roger Trigg said Thursday. “We see agency. We think that something is there even if you can’t see it. … All this tends to build up to a religious way of thinking.”
- Ray Ortlund quotes Martin Lloyd-Jones on note-taking in sermons:
I have often discouraged the taking of notes while I am preaching. . . . The first and primary object of preaching is not only to give information. It is, as Edwards says, to produce an impression. It is the impression at the time that matters, even more than what you can remember subsequently. . . . While you are writing your notes, you may be missing something of the impact of the Spirit.
an investigation by respected Chinese magazine Caixin has uncovered evidence of Chinese family-planning officials taking children from local couples who supposedly had violated the country’s one-child policy and selling them to orphanages
- Jim West points out that The Australian eJournal of Theology is Alive, Again