As Christ-followers, we can't be neutral.
You may not march. You may not protest. But we all can make a statement wherever we go! "God Hates Racism... So Do I" should be the battle cry of every Christ-follower in these dark days.
We created this line for the entire family. From baby onesies to couch pillows to beach towels, to hoodies to teeshirts to tanks. Individuals and families making a public statement against the insidious evil of racism.
You will give others courage to do the same. Every dime of your purchase helps support our mission to teach public servant leaders and the next generation of leaders, how to serve, lead and govern from a biblical worldview with wisdom, righteousness and integrity in increasingly diverse communities.
Order today and support our work. It's needed now more than ever. You will be sowing into good ground and at the same time, joining with other Christians around the world as we make a visible statement to the world.
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Published on Thursday, June 18, 2020 @ 10:01 AM CDT
Many of us make costly mistakes that impact negatively our life and career.
Not because we lack skill or talent, but self-awareness.
This book is a book every leader should own and frequently refer back to!
Time-tested principles will help you get out of your own way and learn how to harness the power of self-awareness which is more essential for good success than talent and skill combined.
Includes a Study Guide to help you dig deeper, ponder points raised and is perfect for individual study, even more for your team or small group. You will be challenged, inspired, motivated and will better understand yourself, others and the world around you.
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"Self-awareness gives you the capacity to learn from your mistakes as well as your successes. It enables you to keep growing." Lawrence Bossidy
Published on Thursday, June 18, 2020 @ 9:52 AM CDT