Mentoring Paradigm – Good Mentors Find Their Identity In Christ

On August 30, 2015, in Christian Living, Insights, Leadership, Personal, by july

One time when I was having dinner with a friend, this question came to my mind: “where do you get your identity from?” It dawned on me that Christians strangle their walk with God because they get their identity in who they are, not whose they are. I write this as a hypocrite. As much […]


Reflections on Mentoring

On August 14, 2015, in Christian Living, Insights, Leadership, by july

One of the worst things a leader can do to himself is to think that he’s made it to the top. This cannot be further from the truth. No one can touch the pinnacle of leadership in this world. There are always more things to learn. In fact, the more I know, the more I […]


Mentoring Paradigm – Effective Leaders Lead with Humble Boldness

On June 14, 2015, in Christian Living, Insights, Leadership, Personal, by july

A Christian life should be modeled in nothing else apart from the Trinity. Just as each distinct person of the Trinity is identified on the context of a relationship [1], so too must we, Christians, identify ourselves in the context of relationships. Man is not meant to live alone. In Genesis 2:18, God even thought […]


Mentoring Paradigms – Effective Leaders are Humble Learners

On June 7, 2015, in Christian Living, Insights, Leadership, Personal, by july

Former American President Theodore Roosevelt died in his sleep in January 6, 1919. In his deathbed, he was found with a book tucked under his pillow. Even in the last moment of his life, TR remained faithful in learning. It was a life invested in pursuit of wisdom. Such an imagery shows an important lesson […]


Lee Kuan Yew and the Meaning of Life

On March 23, 2015, in Insights, Leadership, Personal, by july

This is the day the world mourns for the death of the man who transformed Singapore from a lackluster city into a dominant player that it is today. Opinions rarely fall on one side of the ravine. In almost every scenario, an evaluation of a man’s life falls on two buckets—the good he did, and […]


A Quick Glance on Servant Leadership

On May 5, 2013, in Christian Living, Leadership, Personal, by july

The year was 2008.  The month and day, now absent from my memory.  It was the first Bible Study I conducted.  One couldn’t possibly measure the fear I had back then.  To learn to trust that the Spirit would teach you what to say (Luke 12:12) while at the same time falling far short in […]


Why A Vision Is Every Leader’s Friend

On April 10, 2013, in Insights, Leadership, Personal, by july

Have you ever been led by a leader who doesn’t really know what he wants? To answer in the affirmative is to risk exposing unwelcome realities.  Yet to many who have been there, who have lived through life in a hodgepodge of people around them, one cannot possibly deny that at least at some point […]


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