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7 Reasons to Go on a Mission Trip

Have you been on a mission trip? Have you ever thought about how you will serve the God of the Universe? I was recently blessed with an amazing opportunity to join a mission trip through a local church in Decatur, Illinois. We served in Cincinnati, Ohio. Serving was an experience unlike anything I’ve ever done. Everything […]

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lead with vulnerability

The Best Leaders Lead With Vulnerability

For the longest time, I felt like I needed to present myself in a certain way in order to be a leader. However, the best leaders lead with vulnerability. Leaders aren’t perfect. A review of US Presidents, between 1776 and 1974 suggests almost half of them suffered from mental illnesses. Whether or not Abraham Lincoln […]

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locker room talk

Does a Good Guy Engage in Locker Room Talk?

Does a good guy engage in locker room talk? After Kristen and I listened to the already infamous recording of Trump and Billy Bush (objectifying Nancy O’Dell, perhaps even admitting sexual assault), she turned to me and asked, “Have you ever been in a conversation like that?” “No!” I responded, repulsed. “Absolutely not!” Then an inner nudge reminded […]

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types of vulnerability

The 4 Types of Vulnerabilities Found in Great Men

The terms vulnerability and masculinity might not initially seem to go hand-in-hand. Yet, vulnerability drives the most manly of men. 4 types of vulnerabilities are used to describe how communities are at-risk for disaster. Believe it or not, you can use these to characterize great men. Physical Vulnerability Physical vulnerability includes the difficulty in access to water […]

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