building a sustainable life.
Back when Don and I met, long before the internet and its immediate correspondence, we wrote a letter to each other once a week. Later, letters became tagged ‘snail mail’, partly because of the time it took to travel to its destination and partly because, if it lay in a damp letterbox overnight, the snails would eat holes and leave
How I Became Don’s Editor: Adrienne EastonJanuary 23, 2020
The challenge of re-entry Coming back from holidays can be a challenge. Your heart and head have been in a different zone. Especially, if you have had a good one you will have unplugged and it takes some adjustment to re-enter. One big tip to reduce re-entry heat is to allow some time for reflection and refocus. Clarification you gain
Tough being back from holidays?January 21, 2020
Today’s video blog is with Dr Bob Logan of Logan Leadership. As a Fuller D.Min student studying church planting in 1987, I read his manual on church planting. It was a great help for church planting in 1988 when I came to the Gold Coast. I renewed the connection more recently in the Fuller class “Transforming your leadership development”. The
Power of reflection – the key to longevityJanuary 9, 2020
In today’s video blog, I am chatting with Ps Joe Martin, church planter and founder of C3 Church Trinity, Dallas TX. Ps Joe shares his keys to 32 years in ministry. Have a listen to his thoughts on the keys of perseverance and who you surround yourself with. Who do you surround yourself with? Who mentors you? Joe is a