Hearing God’s Voice :: Shut up and listen up (Part 3)

This is the conclusion of the Hearing God’s Voice series. To read Part 1 and 2, click here and here. Have you ever heard God’s voice? Is that even possible. How do you “follow God’s leading?” 4. Trust your experiences God is constantly trying to teach us something. He has likely pulled you through a […]

Hearing God’s Voice :: Seek Counsel (Part 2)

Many of us when we have a big question to answer in our life, we seek out counsel, and as follower’s of Christ, we’re usually encouraged to “listen to God’s leading.” What? How do I that? What’s God’s leading, other than Christianese? While it certainly isn’t easy to hear God’s voice amongst all the noise […]

Hearing God’s Voice (Part 1)

Many of us when we have a big question to answer in our life, we seek out counsel, and as follower’s of Christ, we’re usually encouraged to “listen to God’s leading.” What? How do I that? What’s ‘God’s leading,’ other than Christianese? While it certainly isn’t easy to hear God’s voice amongst all the noise […]

Resolving NOT to resolve in 2011

How many of you have already eaten that piece of chocolate and declared you would not begin your New Year’s Resolution until Monday? I get the impression many in general have given up on New Year’s resolutions as we are finally realizing how horrible we are at fulfilling them, and how ineffective they often can […]

Importance of Theological Education: Just a thought… I was just thinking… although some may justify biblical education as unnecessary because of the fact that the twelve disciples were “uneducated,” such a suggestion must be put into context. If you have any knowledge of education Jewish children received when growing up, you would know that they […]

Q: How do linchpins think differently than everyone else? “For me, the key postural difference is this: cogs see a job, linchpins see a platform. Every interaction, every assignment is a chance to make a change, a chance to delight or surprise or to touch someone. Once you see the platform and the opportunity, it […]

[Note: Originally posted on CatalystSpace.com.] Over the past couple of years, I have developed a friendship with Rabbi Daniel Lapin, a successful businessman, author and Jewish rabbi. I first came to know Rabbi Daniel by reading his incredible book, Thou Shall Prosper. This is definitely a must-read book for anyone who wants a clearer understanding […]

[Note: Originally posted on BradLomenick.com.] As leaders, sometimes we become so focused on pushing others, that we forget to push ourselves. Being self-disciplined and willing to push yourself is a key attribute of successful leaders. And especially successful entrepreneurs. Don¬ít be like a wheelbarrow, that only goes as far as it is pushed. If you […]