Lesson From An Election Abroad

I was in Kenya last week during the presidential election. I had no reliable internet. No cellular service. No way of getting consistent news updates. I had only a few fellow travelers, a massive Mercedes-Benz bus, and miles upon miles of African savannah to explore as we ministered to the people and warriors of the… Continue reading Lesson From An Election Abroad

Playing the Infinite Game

Two weeks ago, I sat and listened as author Simon Sinek described two types of business leaders: one type was playing business as a game with a definitive end, with limited resources, and the objective to win the game as quickly as possible. The other type was playing business as a game with no end,… Continue reading Playing the Infinite Game

A Veteran Explains Trump

David Brown and I go way back. Like, over 35 years back. He lived next door to me when I was a kid, and we were fast friends. I spent many an afternoon or weekend either at his house, or hosting him at mine. We didn’t have everything in common, but that didn’t stop us… Continue reading A Veteran Explains Trump

An Open Letter to the GOP

Dear Grand Old Party – I just wanted to take a moment to suggest a strategy for you as you head into your convention in a couple of weeks. I know that Donald Trump has long been the presumptive nominee, swept into his high estate by a large number of people who are either very,… Continue reading An Open Letter to the GOP