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My guest today is Pastor Keith Peck. He has over 40 years of pastoral ministry experience, and recently retired as pastor emeritus of Broadneck Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Annapolis, Maryland, where he served for 27 years. Keith offers his insights on the application of wisdom.
Leadership is the defining skill of a military officer. Intellect and education are important. Indeed, in our technological profession, they are prerequisites. But professional performance and progress depend fundamentally on how well you master the art and science of leadership.
It is a joy and privilege to influence other lives through your leadership.
OCF finds it appropriate to help senior officers meet the spiritual demands and opportunities of their important positions.
We tend to read the Book of Proverbs as a list of pithy, moral principles, an approach that only leads to frustration. But by examining the interpretive guide found in chapters 1-9, you can glean and wisely use the wisdom found in the rest of Proverbs.
According to the Barna Group, a market research firm specializing in studying religious beliefs and behavior, as of 2015 only 17% of practicing Christians said they meet regularly with a spiritual mentor.