Whaid Rose

A Coach for Everyone

A Coach for Everyone! Tapping a resource you can’t afford to lead without

The good news is that there’s no shortage of coaches. There’s a coach for everyone! Don’t lead without yours.

Keeping a Sharp Cutting Edge

Keeping a Sharp Cutting Edge

Resolve from now on to consistently keep a sharp cutting edge. And what better time for this new start than at the start of a new year.

Feed My Sheep

Editor’s note: This article has been adapted from the 2021 virtual graduation commencement message for Artios Christian College on August 7.   To the class of 2021: You’ve worked hard. You’ve earned this moment in the spotlight. You are “class unique,” graduating in the midst of a global pandemic! Congratulations! It’s been observed that the […]

Grow Others Spiritually

What it takes to Grow People Spiritually: Reflecting on Dallas Willard’s not so surprising strategy

The best strategy for growing people spiritually is to first grow ourselves. In so doing we model the change we wish to see in them.

Faithful to the Vision

Genesis and Revelation are bookends to God’s big story. Genesis tells us how everything got started; Revelation explains how it will all end. Their similarities and contrasts are intriguing: creation of heaven and earth, creation of new heaven and new earth; a garden, a city; tree of knowledge, tree of life; death pronounced, death destroyed; […]

God's Call

Answering God’s Call: Living for a greater cause

Since God has called us, we live for a cause greater than ourselves, and our lives continue to make an impact long after we’re gone.

Ground Zero Perspectives NEW

Ground Zero Perspectives NEW: Remembering September 11 and the Lessons We Learned

This collective jolt back to reality only happens when a nation finds itself at “Ground Zero,” and we need Ground Zero perspectives again.

Our Work and Our Worship

Our Work and Our Worship: Labor Day Reflections for Committed Disciples

Our work becomes our worship. The work of our hands is elevated from a necessary evil we engage in to a labor of love done “as unto the Lord.”

Leading with a Limp

Jacob holds the distinction of being the only person who wrestled with God and survived (Genesis 32:28). He not only wrestled with God but also strove with everyone around him, beginning in the womb with his twin brother, Esau (25:22). At birth, Jacob grabbed Esau’s heel (v. 26) and later tricked him out of his […]

Compassion for the Masses

Compassion for the Masses: Six lessons gleaned from a busy day of ministry with Jesus

Ministry must be motivated by a genuine compassion for the needs of the masses and is about meeting people's needs.