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Coaches Help Leaders Mind Their "Ps and Qs"
Some of us were taught at a young age to “mind our Ps and Qs.”
There are multiple theories about the origin and meaning of the term Ps and Qs.
Maybe it was a parent, or teacher or neighbor, but the message intended by those I heard was: Mind your manners, or your language, or your own business.
It was code for... + Read More
Discerning What's What: Spirituality, Spirits, and the Holy Spirit
I have long struggled to discern where precisely the Spirit of God is at work—in my own life and in the world around us.
As a practicing Christian of the Reformed Protestant family, an heir of John Calvin (who has been called a “theologian of the Holy Spirit”!), I affirm that the Spirit is the power and presence of God that... + Read More
Worship in the Womb? Exploring when and how children begin learning about faith
When does learning begin?
This is the question posed by Annie Murphy Paul, in her 2011 TED talk titled, What we learn before we’re born.
She posits... + Read More