Tag Archive: leading with a limp

Dan Allender on care

care gives and receives both sorrow and delight. if you have someone who will weep with you, delight in the goodness of your glory, and confront you honestly and tenderly about your failures,… Continue reading

Dan Allender on gratitude

gratitude is not earned or deserved; it, too, is a gift. we can’t force ourselves to be grateful, but we can stumble into the arms of gratitude when we’re exhausted from our running.… Continue reading

Dan Allender on grace

the grace of the moment is the manna for today. there are enough problems today and sufficient grace to meet them now. there is not grace for tomorrow because the gift is now,… Continue reading