Tag Archives: Love Paradigm

Money, Giving and the Obligation of Love

The subject of giving and money often are areas of contention in many communities and perhaps no more so than in Church communities. There are many high profile and many everyday examples of an unhealthy emphasis on money which contributes to the fairly widely held belief that Church is more concerned about money than anything…
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How Stable is your Organization?

Some organizations, while appearing to be rock solid from the outside,  are actually quite fragile and open to instability and possible collapse. We have all seen in the past few years how quickly the scene can change when pressure is applied to businesses and their leaders. Some possible signs of organizational instability: Short cuts, easy…
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Is it Godly Leadership or Control?

In an organization, leaders generally consider themselves in the right. It is part of the paradigm they create for themselves: if you have succeeded in making your way to the top of an organization, then, by definition, the values for which you stand, must be right, because they have been authenticated and validated by peers…
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A Love that Changes Everything

As anyone who has spent any time with me or visiting any of our sites can attest, my passion is all about love.  Many folks will speak about having a life message – for some this is justice, could be mercy, mission, business, ethics, etc.  For me, my passion is love – specifically divine love…
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Closer to the Heart: Love Paradigm

[I wrote this article in September 2009 as I was bringing pieces of the Love Paradigm together] Over the last several years, I have been on an adventure like none other.   I have been so captivated by a dream, a vision that I see in my mind’s eye.  Some days it is clearer than…
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Does Self-awareness make us Prideful?

How we respond to God and others is greatly impacted by how we see ourselves.  Often folks misunderstand the idea of self-awareness.  They mistakenly believe self-awareness to be self-centred, selfish and arrogant.  Healthy self-awareness is something quite different.I remember the first time I heard the concept of self-awareness.  From my fundi-evangelical worldview, it brought up…
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