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Leading Through The Wilderness: Hurting Leaders

School Leader Bible Study Leading Through the Wilderness: Hurting Leaders August 28, 2020 by Tom Deighan Few leaders I know are very good at self-care – it’s just not how most of you are geared. As servant leaders, you automatically put other people first, but the COVID wilderness has stretched you way beyond the usual… Continue reading Leading Through The Wilderness: Hurting Leaders

Leading Beyond the Wilderness: Ready to Forgive

School Leader Bible Study Leading Through the Wilderness: Ready to Forgive      Week of August 16, 2020 by Tom Deighan We all have a decision to make right now, and it is not an easy one: the decision to forgive. Whether you have started school, restarted your business, opened your church, or reopened your community –… Continue reading Leading Beyond the Wilderness: Ready to Forgive

Leading Through The Wilderness: Mobs Happen

School Leader Bible Study Leading Through the Wilderness:  Mobs Happen Week of July 12, 2020 by Tom Deighan Exodus 15 commemorates Israel’s miraculous escape from Egypt with the “Song of Moses” and the “Song of Miriam.” The world’s most powerful army had been humiliated by a group of escaping slaves.  Just imagine the joy and… Continue reading Leading Through The Wilderness: Mobs Happen

Leading Through the Wilderness: Time to Prepare

School Leader Bible Study Leading Through the Wilderness: Time to Prepare Week of June 28, 2020 Just as abruptly as Israel’s wilderness experience began, it ended, but they were ready: Then Joshua commanded the officers of the people, saying . . . within three days you will cross over this Jordan, to go in to possess… Continue reading Leading Through the Wilderness: Time to Prepare

Leading Through the Wilderness: Transformation or Trap?

School Leader Bible Study Leading Through the Wilderness: Transformation or Trap Week of June 14, 2020 by Tom Deighan We all remember the iconic scene in The Ten Commandments as Charlton Heston descends from the mountain of God with the stone tablets: his hair bleached white and his face bronzed from being in the presence… Continue reading Leading Through the Wilderness: Transformation or Trap?