No Fear in Love: Poem

There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear: because fear has torment. He who fears is not made perfect in love. 1 John 4:18

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Ownership vs. Territorial: Becoming Familiar with the Difference

The concept of ownership is essential to a healthy team. It is a quality to admire in any employee, supervisor, leader, volunteer, or in a family—in every child. A person who takes ownership invests his or her whole...

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12 Vital Principles of a Worthy Servant: Training Children in Good Work Habits for Home, the Workplace, & Life

If you are a parent, or have ever been a child (yes, that's everyone), then you know that when training a child, it's not as much about what you say, it's about what you do.  

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Tread-Milling: Going Nowhere Fast!

The following story contains a lesson of great importance to the functioning of teams—yes, even marriage. If you have a position of authority over people this story will help you to discern if those you manage are in...

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The Raw Truth About Unity: The Time I Wasn’t Paid for Speaking

I admit. Nothing was agreed beforehand about payment. My bad for assuming, but I did assume there was a standard payment for this kind of public speaking. Nevertheless, only twice in my multi-decade speaking career did...

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The Habit of Cheerleading

At church, when we do our leadership internship, we invite married couples into the group. Every new addition to our group, at some point in the year, shares their leadership journey...

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The Habit of Gratitude

While the habit of gratitude is basic, it is one of the most important concepts in this book. Without appreciation and gratitude, the kingdom culture will FLOP...

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Strong Character: Ingredients for Excellence in the Culture

In your quest to be productive, don’t forget that the foundation of anything you do, will rest on the quality of the character you and your team demonstrate.

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The Conference That Didn't Go As I Expected

When I teach a conference or seminar, I know the material. What I don't know always, is what the final outcome is going to look like. I go into each conference prepared to teach multiple ways depending on the spirit of...

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Kingdom Culture Conference

ATTENTION LEADERS: Have you ever wondered why some businesses, ministries, and marriages flourish while others fall flat on their face? Christian speaker and author, Bruce Lengeman, is hosting his internationally-...

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When People Don’t Care Enough to Ask, “How are things going with you?”

Chapter 4 Excerpt from "Kingdom Culture" The Talker We had a lot in common this guy I met last week “Hey, how about some breakfast down at Rusty Creek?” I’d great anticipation for this rendezvous, I get a bit excited...

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Caring for Others Beyond the Surface

Stereograms and Deep Love Remember years ago when those computer-generated pictures came out that revealed a 3-D picture, but only after staring into what seemed to be a jungle of random marks? They were called...

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You CAN Make A Comeback

Comeback: 1. a return to a previous higher state, place, position, status, etc. 2. recovery after failure or rejection. 3. restoration to God’s original purpose for one’s life. 4. return to pursuit of destiny.  

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"Butterfly Journey" | A Poem

I helped a caterpillar,  out of her cocoon,  as she wrestled to  break through  the tiny hole  that she had hewn    But what I didn’t realize  I helped this creature die  the pain was  what was needed  to become  a...

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PHOTO | Repentance

We live daily by the power and freedom of repentance! Share this image. 

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A Challenging Book for Leaders: A Book Review

Today, I could have written a profound article on leadership for you, or I could pass along an amazing book that I know will inspire you more than what I might write—and the latter is what I’ve chosen to do.   The...

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Your Wife & Exclusivity

Something Very Important Men Need to Understand About Women  

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And David Perceived He Was King: A Book Every Leader and Counselor Must Read

Did He Actually Eat His Date?   Homonyms are words which have the same spelling and pronunciation, yet have different meanings. If you don’t understand the different meanings of words, you may have misunderstood the...

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The Plague of False Humility: A Subtle Tactic of Darkness

  When a concept does not have a name, or you are unaware of its name, it does not hold a clear definition for you. Listen to me teach long enough and eventually you’ll hear me say, “Terminology empowers you to use a...

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FREE Upcoming Seminar in Lancaster, PA

All men and youth (16 years old and up) are invited next week, Tuesday, April 19 and Wednesday, April 20, to a two-evening seminar.   Sexual Purity & Beyond: A Trek To Transformation An event for counselors and...

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