Charleston entrepreneur writing new story for day laborers

Derek Snook’s social enterprise staffing company, In Every Story, pays higher wages, rewards reliability and hard work, and aims to transition workers to full-time jobs. This post originally appeared at Faith & Leadership. It’s 5:45 a.m. and still dark in Charleston, South Carolina, darker still in the shadows beneath Interstate 26, the main corridor into [Read More…]

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The Conundrum of Introversion and Leadership

  By Timothy Askew; reprinted from Inc. with the kind permission of Timothy Askew. In her book Killosophy, poet and aphorist Criss Jami says, “Telling an introvert to go to a party is like telling a saint to go to hell.” I’m an introvert.  I like to write.  I like to read.  I like to [Read More…]

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Who is My Neighbor? A Response to Racism

By Mike Coyner During the NCJ Conference last month, the candidates for bishop were asked in a forum sponsored by BMCR (Black Methodists for Church Renewal), “What question do you think we in the church have not yet asked or not yet fully answered?” Several of the candidates gave excellent answers, of course, and it [Read More…]

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Helping and Not Hurting

Spiritual maturity as leaders requires us to know how to help just enough not to be hurtful, and we also need to know how to lead just enough not to take leadership away from others. [Read more…]

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Your Hands Are Covered With Blood: A Response to Wayne Grudem, part 2

by Zen Hess Read Part 1 here. Seeking the Welfare of the Nation: Military and American-ism My second concern, the one I said was more dangerous, is that Grudem’s reflections centered chiefly upon the welfare of America. Of course, choosing an American president must consider the welfare of America. There are several reasons, however, that [Read More…]

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Your Hands Are Covered With Blood: A Response to Wayne Grudem

by Zen Hess Grudem’s Argument: Trump is a “Good candidate with flaws” Is it moral to choose the lesser of two evils? A better question might be, “Is it moral to have less blood on your hands?” Dr. Wayne Grudem recently wrote an article for Townhall about why voting for Donald Trump is a “morally [Read More…]

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