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Our Queens of Old

Our Queens of Old. Not only because I am a woman myself, but also because their legacy has so much power that is often overlooked, the stories in the bible about females are some of my favourite to read. How … Continue reading

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The Emerging Church: A Beautiful Mess

Have you ever heard the following comments: “If we could only be like the early church!” or “Wouldn’t it be great to have been part of the church in the book of Acts!” Often these comments come from a genuine … Continue reading

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Carl Medearis – Speaking of Jesus

The Mosaic Network writes:  Excited that our friends atThe Sheep Church in Okotoks are hosting an afternoon with Carl Medearis.  Here's the scoop: Speaking of Jesus – Art of Non-Evangelism When: Saturday, April 20th. 1-5pm.  Where: St. Peter's Anglican Church. (Map) Cost:  … Continue reading

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Becoming Love. Avoiding Common Forms of Christian Insanity

The following is an excerpt from the Introduction of Michael Rose's new book "Becoming Love".   Written to his sons, Michael shares his heart and thoughts about the transforming power of the love of God.  He writes in some very … Continue reading

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The Who, What, and How of Apprenticing: Part 2

Who do we apprentice?  This is the chicken or the egg question. Which comes first? Does the mentor choose the apprentice, or does the apprentice choose the mentor? The answer is both. Ideally the mentor initiates with the apprentice. Yet in … Continue reading

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Why Apprenticing is the Heart of the Matter: Part 1

Over the years I have had the privilege of traveling around the world to coach leaders and their communities and teams. Again and again in every culture and context,  I have heard leaders lament over the dearth or lack of … Continue reading

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The Journey of an Architect Learning How to Be An Artist

For most of my life, I have operated from a leadership philosophy/paradigm and a set of practices that cascade out of the notion that the role of a visionary leader is to be solely that of an architect. The prevailing … Continue reading

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