Tag: Charles Stone

Try These 3 Ways to Benefit from Criticism

The writer of Proverbs implies that we should learn from and even seek out the beneficial wounds from our critics. Wounds from a sincere friend are better than many kisses from an enemy. (Pv 27.6)

Showing Appreciation on Sundays

When I look a volunteer in the eye and say, ‘thanks for serving today,’ I see their countenance brighten.

How Much Shut-Eye Do You Get?

When we don’t get adequate sleep we can become more rigid in our thinking and less adaptable. Rigid thinking impairs good decision making.

Do You Recognize These Symptoms of Stress?

Prolonged stress makes you more forgetful.

When the Mental Load is Affecting Your Leadership

Toward the end of the day or a week when a leader has had to make too many decisions, he may find himself losing his cool more easily, flying off the handle, or saying thing things he shouldn’t.

7 Ways to Overcome the Blindness That Comes With Familiarity

Seeing your church with new eyes

Are You a Resilient Leader?

Since every leader will face difficulty, what can we do to become more resilient?

7 Ways to Reflect on Your Day

When we discipline ourselves to begin each day with intention and thoughtfulness, we do ourselves and others good.