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They stared over the edge of “Execution Rock”

posted by Tom Davis

For the past year, HopeChest and AIM have partnered in creating the Swaziland Leadership Academy, a specific and intentional program designed to train Christian leaders from our CarePoints. Local leaders identify children from our CarePoints who qualify for this intensive […]

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Can you airbrush life in ministry?

posted by Tom Davis

Today, I got another invitation to a leadership conference.  As someone who speaks and attends numerous conferences each year, I can tell you that at times they all start to look the same, sound the same, feel the same. But […]

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How to Make the Social Sector Great

posted by Tom Davis

Since 2008 the economy has put a serious beat down on many governments, businesses, and non-profit (social sector) organizations in the United States and abroad. Leave it to the primal forces of greed and corruption to give a good trimming […]

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The Leadershp Mystique – You Are What You Do

posted by Tom Davis

How do we become better leaders? Real leaders? There is much to be said about you as a leader. Most books describe leadership as a ‘skill building‘ process. Read more books, practice different techniques, gain more knowledge. But that type […]

Young World Rising – Our Hope for Ending Poverty?

posted by Tom Davis

When you look at eradicating extreme poverty, there are many influences that combine to reduce issues such as preventable diseases, ie Malaria or Diarrhea, providing clean water, and caring for orphans, etc. But what is the hope for these issues […]

Brene Brown Speaks On Shame and Vulnerability

posted by Tom Davis

One of the best Ted talks I have seen is by a professor named Brene Brown on Shame and Vulnerability. As many of you know, I am doing my Doctorate at George Fox University on Hope and the Poor and I’m utilizing the same research […]

What Will Change for You in 2011?

posted by Tom Davis

I take a pilgrimage every year back through the previous year as I look forward to the new one. This is by far the most important thing I do the first week of every January. Success and failure have everything […]

Leadership and the New Science

posted by Tom Davis

What really makes Leadership work in our lives and in organizations? Not what we’ve believed for 2000 years says Margaret Wheatley, author of the book.  “For many years, I’ve been interested in seeing the world differently. I’ve wanted to see beyond […]

Video – The Wonder of the English Countryside and Ripon College

posted by Tom Davis

Whenever I come to a different country, I take these short video to help you transport you to the spot. My hope is that you’ll see the beauty of the English countryside and majesty of old building and come visit […]

C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, A Doctorate and Turning 40

posted by Tom Davis

In three short weeks I will turn 40. This creates a number of internal dilemmas for me the least of which is the fact that I always thought 40 was old. Now I’m rethinking my whole idea of what “old” […]

Filming on a Single Engine Kenmore Prop Plane

posted by Tom Davis

Filming on a single prop Kenmore plane from Tom Davis on Vimeo.

I heart puddle jumpers…

posted by Tom Davis

Boarding the puddle jumper for Orcas Island, on my way to teach with Leonard Sweet. Boarding a Puddle Jumper from Tom Davis on Vimeo.

How to Accomplish Your Dreams in 2010

posted by Tom Davis

New Year, New Results, New Life   Every year I take some time to review the past year and focus on the next. This is the best exercise I've ever seen for turning dreams into action. Success and failure has […]

A New Year and a New Start

posted by Tom Davis

The best thing I can do for all you who are my friends in blogosphere is to give you something proactive and productive to start 2008. I’ve done this little exercise for the past three years and it’s one of […]

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Touching the Image of Jesus: Part 3
In the final chapter of Alexandra's story, she shares what happened when she boarded the plane for Swaziland with her teammates. This post is a little longer, but I'm pretty sure you won't be able to put it down. Thank you again, Alexandra, for sharing your heart and story with all of us. Fol

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Touching the Image of Jesus: Part 2
When we left Alexandra, she was wondering how she was going to raise $3,411 to travel across the world with a group of Christians she didn't know. She wasn't a Christian and had no church. But she did feel deeply compelled to get on this trip to the Ludlati CarePoint. So she decided to enter a

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Touching the Image of Jesus: Part 1
[caption id="attachment_2722" align="alignright" width="300"] Alexandra, looking ready.[/caption] Sometimes there's a lot more going on than we can see with our physical eyes. At least, that appears true in the case of Alexandra Warwick. I first introduced you to Alexandra in this post, Reje

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