Leadership

Diversity in Moral Leadership

Posted  November 30, 2017  by  Duane Covrig

Not all leaders look the same. Some are quiet. Some are loud. Some plug away at their tasks and draw interested and committed followers by their steadiness. Others use charisma to move crowds to action, using a splash of personality … Continue reading

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Leadership

Judges, Kings and A Better Leadership Plan

Posted  November 11, 2017  by  Duane Covrig

1 Samuel 8 tells us when the Israelite’s asked for a good king it displeased Samuel and God. God’s advised Samuel how to respond: “Listen to all that the people are saying to you; it is not you they have … Continue reading

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Religious/Spiritual

Moral Development: Plan A and Plan B

Posted  November 6, 2017  by  Duane Covrig

God is the source of all good. He creates moral reality because morality emanates from his character. He is love and justice, he is regal and humble, and as such he defines the ideal. But interestingly, that which he is … Continue reading

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Leadership

Cultivating A Good Protest!!!

Posted  November 2, 2017  by  Duane Covrig

1517-2017 The 500 Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Have you got excited about the celebrations sweeping through our campuses, nations and world? I have!!! Our local community in Berrien Springs has been alive with amazing conferences. The Seminary took … Continue reading

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Religious/Spiritual

Fast Moving Fires: Lessons on Sparks and Flames

Posted  October 21, 2017  by  Duane Covrig

This last week I watched from a distance over the horizon of media as my beloved California burned. It was sickening. My wife and I made our first home in Napa. We lived in a little cottage near a grape … Continue reading

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