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Slow Down, Simplify and Be Kind

May 17, 2020 • Mike Stubbs

We live in a cruel, complex, and fast paced society. Yet there is something clear back from the garden that calls us to slow down, simplify and to be kind. Since we have been conditioned for a lifetime to operate the wrong way, be patient with yourself but be intentional about setting out to change to healthier behaviors. Let’s get this working now so we can exit this shelter-in-place in a “better place” than we were before.

Powerful Hope

September 20, 2020 • Adam Welty

With uncertainty, fear and anxiety rampant in our culture that many feel is going the wrong direction, it is easy to begin to feel lost in fear, despair and depression in a world that feels out-of-control. The remedy is hope. It is hope that is more than mere optimism, but based on Someone greater than this fallen world.

A Christian Response to the Anti-Christ

September 13, 2020 • Mike Stubbs

Scripture interprets scripture, so to understand the last days, we must read the Bible’s easy-to-understand instruction without filters. Today we are going to talk about the end times and the anti-Christ as the scriptures lead even if it challenges our previously held assumptions. You don’t have to agree with what I teach, but I would ask you to humbly consider it.

Resilient Leadership in Turbulent Times

September 6, 2020 • Mike Stubbs

Leadership is required for everything in life – family, career, faith and social circles. A resilient leader is a spouse, a parent, a faith-influencer, a co-worker, a friend, etc., who sees failures, challenges or calamity as only temporary setbacks they can recover from quickly. They maintain a positive attitude and a strong sense of opportunity during periods of turbulence. When faced with uncertain times, a resilient leader finds ways to move themselves, and those they are responsible for, forward while communicating a reassuring outcome. We are each given leadership responsibility in given circles, so let’s discuss it together.