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Professional Perspectives for Senior Officers

[…]needs constant attention in the demanding environment of senior leadership. EPHESLANS 5:21-33. How are we to love our spouses? This Scripture sets forth some of God’s primary commands for marital relationships, as follows: Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ (vs. 21). Become one flesh (vs. 31). For husbands Love your wives as Christ loved the Church (vs. 25). Love your wives as you do your own bodies (vs. 28). Nourish, protect, care for and sanctify your wives “by the washing of the Word” (vss. 26, 27, 29). For wives– Adapt yourselves to your husbands (vs. 22 24, […]
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Time, Talent, Treasure: Retirees

[…]right arm while shattering his left foot. Fifteen major surgeries and countless minor ones later, John has gone from “being unable to walk and even care for myself to going hiking and climbing in Colorado.” “John has pushed himself through pain and agony that I have never experienced, “said Joe. “Seeing him do things such as rappelling, rock climbing and backpacking during this time of his healing motivated me to give up sniveling and to persevere.” For Jeff Silliman, the personal joy of sharing with his mother “the impact of OCF’s ministry on our lives and also meet Mr. Tok” […]

Unity of Command

[…]church as having subordinate units too. Some Christians may want to identify with Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Wesley, T.D. Jakes, Rick Warren, or others. Those subordinate leaders should never get the fierce loyalty and following that belongs only to Jesus Christ. Therefore, their adherents should always see unity in the church as a primary goal over their own distinctiveness. Jesus prayed that we would all be one (John 17:21). One critical way believers live in unity is to pray for our leaders. In 1 Timothy 2:1-2 the apostle Paul exhorts us to pray for those in authority over us. […]

For All Leaders

[…]motives are an important aspect of your character. I’ve found it helpful to pray through Psalm 139:23-24, “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” Watch out for pride. Many a commander has been caught up in his success and been trapped by the things of this world as described in 1 John 5:16 above. Satan is subtle in his attacks. Proverbs warns that, “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall” (Proverbs 16:18). It’s […]

Six Generations: 3

[…] are they who bear themselves as heroes in the fight.” (F.B Meyer, David, London, 1953, Preface and p. 34) The path we tread as we move toward that prize of God’s high calling–our reigning with Him eternally–is well lit by the courage and character of a young Army lieutenant, whose calm, peaceful voice…bright, engaging smile…and rock-solid faith in Jesus Christ remain fixed in our memories and encourage us on…each step of the way. Robert M. Kimmitt, classmate and friend of Jon, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany and Major General, U.S. Army […]
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