Category Archives: Stewardship

Managing my world.


To be a winner, it takes: Talent Courage Leadership

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Mission Statement: Second Attempt

I recently wrote about my first attempt to write a personal mission statement. Here is my second attempt: With God’s help, to become excellent in: Leadership Relationship  Stewardship And to support others in the development of these same qualities.

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Mission Statement: First Attempt

Some years ago, I wrote a mission statement for mysef – then put it in a drawer and forgot about it. Having recently attended a 7 habits course, I have developed a new interest in the idea of seeking God … Continue reading

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Sharpening the Physical Saw

I have been reading Stephen Covey recently. He says that we need to “sharpen the saw” in four dimensions: Physical Social/Emotional Mental Spiritual According to Covey, there are 3 key areas for sharpening the physical dimension: Nutrition Rest and Relaxation … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Talents: The Faithful Servants

These notes were made following a group discussion that I led on the topic of the Parable of the Talents + additional material that I gleaned from the internet. Thanks to all who contributed. Throughout this article: 2TS = Servant who … Continue reading

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