I was lucky. When I became the rabbi of my congregation, I followed a revered leader who had served the congregation for 25 years. He welcomed me graciously and lovingly, making it clear to the congregation that I was now the senior rabbi. Many colleagues have not been as lucky. Leadership succession is delicate and […]
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Adultery is not normal. It certainly isn’t inevitable. But in order to avoid falling, we must be intentional about protecting our marriages.
Scores of people have written to ask how my Mentoring Group works. I thought I’d write about it in the hope that you might be inspired to start your own group.
As a leader, maybe it’s time to slow down a bit and look at your life process, so you finish well. In this guest post, Angela Bisignano explains how.
Most people wander aimlessly from week to week, with no clear destination in mind. Many are then surprised when life doesn’t turn out like they hoped. But is it any wonder?