A Penguin’s View On Gay Marriage – Why Throw Muds If We Can Build Bridges?

On June 29, 2015, in Christian Living, Insights, Personal, by july

In any debate, it is very easy to misrepresent one side by building up a straw man in order to debunk it. It is unfortunate that in building straw men, there can hardly be any advancement in conversations.  As such, by being either gay or Christian, it is near impossible to push forward one’s cause […]

 

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 […]

 

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