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3 Insights about Leadership, Change, and Depression

By KurtBubna | July 17, 2019

Leadership anywhere is tough, but leading a ministry or a church is daunting at times. The demands are typically high, and the expectations are often extreme. Nowadays, it seems as if a leader is required to be strong yet sensitive, vulnerable yet invincible, and flexible yet resilient.   The boomers we lead want a powerful […]

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3 Reasons Why It’s Okay to Be a Hot Mess

By KurtBubna | July 2, 2019

I am a mess. Maybe not a hot mess, but a mess, nonetheless.   Too often, I think things I shouldn’t think and do things I shouldn’t do. More often than I want to admit, I struggle with worry and depression. And on a fairly regular basis, my mouth reveals my heart—and it ain’t pretty. […]

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My Biggest Leadership Pet Peeves

By KurtBubna | June 20, 2019

Someone once asked me, “What’s your biggest pet peeve when it comes to leadership?” I didn’t need to think about it. I said, “When a leader says one thing and does another, or they don’t mean what they say.”   I try to live by the axiom: Say what you mean and mean what you […]

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