Great Leaders Do Not Manage Time

Great leaders use time and the random events that occupy time throughout the course of the day as a way of guiding their organizations.  Rather than attempting to manage their time, they lead the people they encounter as time is taken by each person, event, and meeting.  This article from Harvard Business Review explains: http://blogs.hbr.org/hill-lineback/2011/03/better-time-management-is-not.html


Meeting Jesus at the Corner of Deerfield & Rosemary

I've always wanted to use Joan Osborne's "What If God Was One of Us" in worship.  On Sunday, CUMC's Betty Merta sang it as an introduction to my sermon entitled "Meeting Jesus at the Corner of Deerfield & Rosemary" (which is where CUMC is located).