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The soul searching in the Democratic Party of the United States has begun. It will be a painful process.
John Ibbitson, in his opinion piece at the Globe and Mail yesterday, called Donald Trump America’s “final warning”.
I have three other core values I hold in my heart that influence my vision of what I believe church is intended to be.
The powerful leader is powerful because she consistently and patiently carries the central vision of the organization.
Here are commandments six to ten of my Ten Commandments For Church Leadership:
Tuesday 17 May 2016 Diocese of BC Clergy Conference Session 3 Janet Marshall
Lord Sacks, who until 2013 was the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, has been pondering the kind of leadership he believes is required to help navigate our current uncertain and troubling times.
It may be a function of advancing age but I find myself increasingly thinking about how institutional modern medicine operates these days.
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