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The Spirit-Led Leader
These few essays get to the heart of what it means to be a Spirit-led leader—someone who is above all committed to a vital relationship with God and learning how to live and lead out of that relationship through the power and working of the Holy Spirit.
Tags: Africa, Asia, France, Genocide, Leadership, Love, Pilgrimage, Suffering
Here you will find a collection of stand-alone, individual essays on a wide variety of topics.
Inter-Faith DialogueTags: Asia, Buddhism, Personal Growth, Prayer
How do we as Christians interact with and love those from other religions? In this collection of stand alone, individual essays you will find suggestions on how to engage meaningfully in conversation with individuals from different faiths.
Reflections from ChartresTags: France, Leadership, Love, Personal Growth, Pilgrimage
This is a series of individual essays on the spiritual life that grow out of Tim’s personal reflections and experiences in Chartres, France.
Knowing GodTags: Love, Personal Growth, Pilgrimage, Prayer
The series is about knowing God, the creator, more deeply and being able to experience God more personally in your daily life.
Dialogue with the DisillusionedTags: Prayer, Suffering
Why do we keep praying, especially in the face of disappointment with God? What should we think, and how should we respond, when our prayers are not answered as we hope? These questions and more are explored in this series of essays written in consideration of the many disillusioned people who have written or spoken to me over the years.
Loving OthersTags: Asia, Love, Suffering
A series on accepting God’s love for us and portraying that love to others.
Benefiting from Buddhism
This series of articles was prompted by extended time teaching in Southeast Asia in a predominately Buddhist context. It is designed to help Christians to more constructively think about and interact with those who think, believe, or live differently than they—and to grow personally and spiritually in the process.