Posts tagged “Think”
Leadership Allergies: Part 2

Leadership Allergies: Part 2

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
Part 2: Time Wasted ... read more
Unless

Unless

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
An open plea to rising seniors to become rising change-makers. ... read more
The Last Message: Ricky Lindsey

The Last Message: Ricky Lindsey

By Ricky Lindsey
Having been in ministry for 16 years, I have spoken many words. Words of healing; words of tearing down; words of encouragement; words... read more
Disagreeing Well in a Divided Culture

Disagreeing Well in a Divided Culture

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
Disagreeing Well in a Divided Culture ... read more
What Advice Would I Give Myself  if <br>I Were Graduating #classof2018?

What Advice Would I Give Myself if
I Were Graduating #classof2018?

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
It’s a bit of a weird/fun thought experiment to pretend what it would be like to have a conversation with the younger version of... read more
Flowers That Will Always Keep

Flowers That Will Always Keep

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
During the early months of 1968 Dr. King was embarking on what would be his last initiative: The Poor People’s Campaign. ... read more
Leadership for the Long Haul

Leadership for the Long Haul

By Justin Miller
Today’s blog post is from SLU alum, Justin Miller. Justin is the co-founder and CEO of CARE for AIDS, a ministry that works to empower... read more
A Cure for the 2017 Hangover <br> Part Three

A Cure for the 2017 Hangover
Part Three

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
Healthy Leadership, Gospel Advancement, ... read more
A Cure for the 2017 Hangover <br> Part Two

A Cure for the 2017 Hangover
Part Two

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
Personal Holiness and Civic Responsibility ... read more
A Cure for the 2017 Hangover

A Cure for the 2017 Hangover

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
Evidence abounds that the festivities of the holiday season are over. If your house is anything like mine, then it’s going through a... read more
Christmas Means... <br> We Have a Savior to Make Known

Christmas Means...
We Have a Savior to Make Known

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
Christmas means that the altar (i.e. the presence of God) becomes our address. ... read more
Christmas Means...We Can Become Friends With God

Christmas Means...We Can Become Friends With God

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D
We began our Christmas blog series focusing on the supernatural shift that takes place under the new covenant. In the Old Testament, we... read more
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