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Andrew Knott

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Five Tips for Dealing with Difficult People

Recently, I received an article from Dan Reiland, The Pastor’s Coach who discussed dealing with difficult people. If we have been involved in any type of leadership, you have dealt with difficult people. They make projects hard to launch, continue or complete. Many times, the leadership team must turn their focus and some of their … Continue reading

Rekindle the Dream

     Today, is a day that we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. life in America. His legacy is vast and wide in his leadership in the struggle of civil rights. The moment that best highlights this movement is the “I Have a Dream” speech given in Washington, DC. Here is link to the speech on … Continue reading

If at First You Don’t Succeed. . . Lacking Nothing

I must admit that sometimes it is a struggle to continue.  When one does not reach the goal, all ideas are tried and still it remains unaccomplished.  Now what do you do?  If it is a personal goal, I guess you could not continue the project.  But if it is related to work, then you … Continue reading

If at First You Don’t Succeed. . .

We have heard this saying since we were small children, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again.”  In fact this saying was popularized by William Edward Hickson, a philanthropist, who focused on elementary education in British, Dutch and German schools.  According to the Oxford’s Dictionary of Quotations, the full “proverb” is: ‘Tis … Continue reading

Moving In & Writing Again

  I had taken a short break from writing and appreciate your understanding as I return.  My family and I have begun an adventure and moved from one of the largest metro areas in the US to a small town in Northeastern, NC.  We believe that God has called us here to minister in this … Continue reading

Chase the Lion

One of my favorite books is In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, by Marc Batterson. I encourage you to go for it and check it out. Quoted below is the Lion Chasers Manifesto: Quit living as if the purpose of life is to arrive safely at death. Set God-sized goals. Pursue … Continue reading

4 Advantages of Following Christ

Sometime our lives become so busy we forget about the reason why we followed Christ, or why we should begin to follow him today.  Like many things in life, it is good to go back and re-experience them or be reminded why we fell in love, enjoyed or became a part of something.  There are … Continue reading

Holiness

  I think the concept of holiness is as important today, as in years past.  Let’s consider the importance of holiness in our everyday lives.  Prior generations have embraced a concept of a holy life by determining appearances like hair length and certain types of jewelry or a certain ceremony or worship activity to set … Continue reading

Brokenness

I thought that it was important to share on the concept of brokenness.  The Biblical concept of brokenness is something all Christians will experience.  Whether is due to situations in our lives, an unfulfilled expectation, a death, the end of a relationship, maybe an unanswered prayer.  No matter the cause, God uses brokenness to allow … Continue reading

7 Suggested Resources to Overcome Pornography

   I have recently written an article 10 Suggestions to Help Overcome Pornography.  This focused on Pastors, Christians and every man and their battle against porn.  I have written a second article that focuses on resources and links for both men and women.  Please feel free to review the suggested resources below:       … Continue reading

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