You've Been Tweeked Bruce Lengeman book

You've Been Tweeked

Many of you are familiar with my teachings on sexual purity, marriage, and leadership; however, you may not know that my first book was somewhat of a fun, quirky, fictional story designed to teach a life-changing lesson...

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Seasons of the Soul Bruce Lengeman

Seasons of the Soul

  I enjoyed reading the book Spiritual Rhythm: Being With Jesus Every Season Of Your Soul, by Mark Buchanan—a very insightful book that compares the seasons of the soul to the seasons of the year, spring, summer,...

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When Jesus asked a dumb question

When Jesus Asked a Dumb Question...

When Jesus Asked a Dumb Question... Okay, it wasn’t dumb, but honestly, it could have seemed as if it was. In John 5, Jesus visited the Pool of Bethesda where whomever first stepped into the water after an angel...

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Behind the Scenes With God Poem

I’ll tell you my Child what my mother told me when I was no older than you, I never forgot it, it helped me through life I trust this will change your life, too I would always thank God for the good things He did when...

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Visit to a Hurricane Ravaged Island

Ruthie and I woke up several times during the night while at the YWAM base in St. Croix last week. The batteries in the battery-operated fan bit the dust, and the heat was at a level we weren’t used to since in our PA...

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What is a "Leader" Anyway?

Where organizations, or teams, often waver is in failure to define the parameters of the primary leader. If a leader takes on more responsibility than what others think belongs to that position, that leader is in danger...

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Kingdom Culture: A Vital Concept to Understand

You might want to make kingdom culture a commonly understood and repeated term in your church, on your team, or throughout your Christian community! Terminology is vital. Accurate terminology. Terminology gives birth...

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A Safe Place

A Safe Place in a Kingdom Culture  

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Vertical Youth Conference Recap

Some Thoughts About Why Vertical Youth Conference Was a Success  

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Attitudes and Actions That Kill a Culture

In order to flourish in a kingdom culture, one must know what the kingdom culture is not! Certain dynamics that are very common on teams are unacceptable and work against the success of the culture. Functioning in a...

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Insights and Principles For Dealing With Fallen Leaders and the Trauma of their Sins

At some point, you may need to address immorality in a leader. Unfortunately, we all know how frequently it is occurring, and the sad part is that only a small percentage are discovered or uncovered.

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An Amazing Vision, An Astounding Revelation, A Life-Changing Truth

Recently Ruthie and I were impacted by a profound experience we read about in a book. The truth God showed the author of this book has somewhat changed the way Ruthie and I approach God. It has given us a fresh...

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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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