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Tuning Out Enemies

“…they thought to do me harm” —Nehemiah

Nehemiah had enemies on almost every side as he attempted to complete his work (the rebuilding of the wall around Jerusalem). 252 more words

Gerald’s Journey: Leaving Everything Behind

I had died in the worst way imaginable, disappearing into nothing. I had dissolved into the earth and I had nothing to show for who I was or why I was. 331 more words


How to Choose a College or University

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Summer Research Fellows for Summer 2017

The Student Research Fellowship (SRF) program supports collaborative research projects between faculty and students at Ferris State University. It is intended to increase on-campus summer research, contribute to the professional development of faculty, and provide Ferris students with another mechanism to gain research experience. 179 more words



The word for today is unity!
As a Leader I discovered that we all do not have to have the same opinion to be united. 174 more words

Transformational Leadership

Tuesday's Influence Online Articles

Today, over at InfluenceMagazine.com:

  • Dr. George O. Wood — aka, “Dad” — and I have a wide-ranging conversation on the Influence Podcast about leaving a legacy of influence in ministry. 
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#ToD - How Far Does Fear Take Your Leadership?

I think of the quote above and the question in the title of this post as a reflection of environments I have lived in and heard of. 188 more words