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Mark D. Roberts
Mark D. Roberts Jan 20, 2016
This week, in my Life for Leaders devotions, I am thinking about success. My inspiration is a passage from Genesis, a description of Joseph's work in the house of Potiphar. In this passage we read, "T...
Mark D. Roberts Jan 19, 2016
Okay, I admit that's an odd title. Please let me explain.A week ago, the University of Alabama football team won the national championship, beating Clemson 45-40. The turning point in the game was a s...
Mark D. Roberts Jan 16, 2016
Need to relax? Sit by a crackling fire!
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Mark D. Roberts Dec 07, 2015
Here are some Roberts' family photos from 2015.
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Mark D. Roberts Dec 04, 2015
Check out this excellent interview of Bill George, a prof at Harvard Business School.  Faith & Leadership asked George,  "What does it take to be a great leader?" He responded:To be a great leader tod...
Mark D. Roberts Nov 29, 2015
Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel, you who lead Joseph like a flock! You who are enthroned upon the cherubim, shine forth before Ephraim and Benjamin and Manasseh. Stir up your might, and come to save us...
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Mark D. Roberts Apr 22, 2015
Note: The following devotion is from Life for Leaders, a daily digital devotional. You can subscribe to Life for Leaders at no cost here.When I read Genesis 1:11-12, I can’t help but think of my life ...
Mark D. Roberts Apr 08, 2015
This post is from Life for Leaders, a new daily devotional I am writing as part of my work at the Max De Pree Center for Leadership. You can learn more about Life for Leaders or sign up to receive a d...
Mark D. Roberts
Mark D. Roberts Apr 06, 2015
This post is part of Life for Leaders, a new daily devotional I am writing as part of my work at the Max De Pree Center for Leadership. You can learn more about Life for Leaders or sign up to receive ...
Mark D. Roberts Apr 02, 2015
"The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between the two, the leader must become a servant and a debtor. That sums up the progress of an artful lead...
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