Posts from Ron Cline

SELF-CONTROL

I am sitting in Bali, Indonesia listening to Jon Hull, from radio station KSBJ in Houston, Texas.  No, he isn’t on the radio.  He’s speaking to a group of 19 potential leaders here in Indonesia.  We have been asked to

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How to lead people that don’t want your Leadership

How do you lead people that don’t want to follow your leadership? Usually people who don’t want your leadership talk about you behind your back. They openly disagree with your decisions. They start stories. They are super critical of you,

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Today Only Comes Once.

You do realize, don’t you, that while you are reading this, the words you said a hour ago can never be pulled back or corrected.  You can try, but they are gone.  And, that opportunity you had yesterday to do

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Under Construction

It would really help if everyone in ministry would wear a hard hat…one of those colorful hard hats that they make you wear on a construction site.  It would help remind all of us that we are builders, building His

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On Being a Doer

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States of America and served just over 100 years ago. When the president before him was assassinated, Theodore was thrust into the presidency at the young age of 42.  His battle

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Is there a difference between management and leadership?

Many of us find ourselves doing both, and, that’s OK!   But, if we could only do one, which one would you do?  It may be important to know where your gifting is …leader or manager?  It may help you decide

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The Art of Caring

It takes “the art of caring” to mentor someone! Care can be defined as: #1)  Serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution:  she devotes great care to her work The act of caring takes commitment and devotion.  You can’t just care when

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Problems

The other day my wife, Barb, read me a devotional from the book she reads daily.  She thought I needed to hear it after my mumbling and grumbling the night before about a problem I detected that needed to be

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Making Plans

Someone in the crowd said, “If you want to see God smile, just tell Him your plans!”  The others laughed.  I didn’t.  I thought about people who have to plan every day, in many different areas, because of their responsibilities

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Working Together

Fatima is 25 and has no feet and her husband Ahman is 26 and he has no arms.  Together they work as artists. The point is not what they don’t have.  It is how they use what they do have.

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