Dear Christian Radio, I have a confession for you…I really don’t like needlework projects. Chalk it up to my own impatience…about halfway through the project I realize that I’m ready for it to be complete. Because I’m ready to be done, my stitches become erratic and...

Dear Christian Radio, Recently, I was asked to write an article about the importance of goal setting. It took a few minutes, but after I found the strength to pick myself up off the floor—from laughing so hard—it all made good sense. Oh, the irony. You...

Think back to junior high school for just a moment.  If your English curriculum was anything like mine, chances are you ran across this famous George Bernard Shaw quote about that time:“You see things and you say, “why?” But I dream of things that never...

Dear Christian Radio,Many of us are familiar with the following quote from poet and author Maya Angelou, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”It likely holds true...

Dear Christian Radio,Let’s face it, in radio ministry there are things we encounter during the day that are groan-worthy.  Routinely, we’re confronted by those necessary tasks that get in the way of doing the fun stuff we love – like ministry!  Keeping up with FCC...

Dear Christian Radio,Empowerment is a strong word.  To empower simply means to give power or authority to another.  Sadly, the idea of empowering team members is a colossal stumbling block for far too many leaders, including those working in Christian radio, today.  So, what’s the...

Dear Christian Radio,As leaders we do hard things.  It’s our job to be the ones who respond first when things go awry and be the last to leave when the day is finally done, but therein lies the problem…for leaders, the day is never done. ...

Dear Christian Radio, Easy Never Changed the World. If you want to make a difference, you’re going to have to do hard things and stretch yourself more than you think is possible right in this very moment. I personally think one of the hardest things...