The Worst Kind of Blindness

By Dr. Dan Reinhardt Two blind men met Jesus. One was poor and powerless, and knew he was blind. One was rich and powerful and thought he could see better than anyone else. Bartimaeus, the first blind man, was the subject of an earlier blog (Mark 10).  His case was...

Blind at Midlife

By Dr. Dan Reinhardt Growing up in India was a culturally rich experience. One of the stark differences from North America was the pervasiveness of human tragedy. The most pathetic were blind beggars. They sat in the filth of a dirt road, clothed in rags, eyes staring...

Who Moved My Sweet Spot?

By Verdeen Bueckert Ah, the sweet spot. If you’re in it, you know it. You work with passion, build, innovate, move the organization forward and inspire others to join you. You love doing this! Sweet spots are the midlife reward for years of hanging in there to develop...

Limitations

By Verdeen Bueckert You’re a leader – you have a hot-line to God. You resolve conflicts and navigate awkward moments with ease, unselfishly meet everyone’s needs and interact graciously with strong personalities. You’re a highly organized visionary with a warm,...