There are few leadership assignments any more challenging, or rewarding, than parenting. History has often demonstrated that just because you can lead fearlessly on the battlefield or brilliantly from the presidential or corner office does not mean you will automatically be successful in your home. That is why this last month has been particularly rewarding…

Travels While I was in South Africa in May, I had the opportunity to meet Angus Buchan. Angus is an ordinary farmer with an 8th grade education. He was forced to immigrate from Zambia to Greytown, South Africa because of political unrest. Angus was a hot tempered man who neglected his family in his efforts…

I am getting older. If you don’t believe me, just ask my kids! Let’s just say I don’t have the same lean, muscular physique that I used to have! My mind seems to be going too. I struggle to remember names more than I used to (and that’s when I’m talking to my kids!). This…

I just returned from tremendous simultaneous revival meetings in Chattanooga and Cleveland, Tennessee. Five churches banded together to host the meetings. Many churches surrounding each of those five churches joined with their people. I was privileged to speak, along with my father Henry, Sammy Tippet of Sammy Tippet Ministries, Byron Paulus of Life Action Ministries,…

During the pre-revolutionary era in the United states, John and Abigail Adams, a remarkable American couple by any measurement, conducted a fascinating correspondence. Knowing that the fate of their nation and the lives of their countrymen hung in the balance, Abigail mused: “We have too many high sounding words, and too few actions that correspond…

In 1747, a young sailor by the name of John Newton was sailing aboard the “Greyhound’ bound for Liverpool. Newton had arrogantly defied God’s standards and ignored God’s word, living a life of debauchery. Suddenly a fierce storm struck his ship. Death for all aboard appeared imminent. Suddenly the words of Proverbs 1:24-27 flashed before…

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