Raymond L. Wheeler, DMin

Musings about leadership

a teenage advocate

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Terry’s article on the fate of Malala Yousafzai captured my own sense of being stirred to action in light of this atrocity.   The capacity of humankind for injustice in action and in inaction points to the reality that the world needs a transformational influence.  It is this need that I find answered in my own encounter with Jesus the Messiah.  If you are a reader of my blog then I hope you see that when I talk about faith I am not talking about blind parochialism but an encounter with God that I cannot avoid and will not treat with triviality but with deep curiosity, enduring reverence and explicit impatience with any form of religious expression that fails to reflect that nature and character of the God revealed.

I commend this article to you. a teenage advocate.

Author: Ray Wheeler, DMin

Ray Wheeler - executive coach, confidant, mentor, leader, and friend. Ray is the author of, Lift: Five Practices Great Managers Do Consistently (2020) and Change the Paradigm: How to Lead Like Jesus in Today's world (2015). He is also an adjunct lecturer at International Theological Seminary, LIFE Pacific University, Bethesda University California, and Azusa Pacific University in cross-cultural leadership, leadership development, leadership ethics, administration, church growth, and mission in today's world. Certified leadership coach, certified Birkman Consultant, and certified in the iOpener Assessment (happiness at work).

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