What makes a shepherd a shepherd isn’t the staff or the rod; it is the heart.
The staff represents your responsibility to direct your people; the rod represents your responsibility to correct them.
Make your pasture a safe place where your people can thrive!
Leadership isn’t just professional; it’s personal.
Do not fit a square peg into a round role!
Engage the people on a regular basis. Get to know your flock, one sheep at a time.
The sheep is so deeply satisfied with the flock to which it belongs, with the ownership of this particular shepherd, that it has no wish to change whatever.
Just as God’s goodness and mercy flow to us all the days of our life, so goodness and mercy should follow us, should be left behind us as a legacy to others wherever we may go.
He is there with us in every storm.
Predators can still attack, poisonous weeds can still grow, storms and gales can still come swirling up over the peaks. Yet in His care and concern for us, Christ still ensures that we shall have some gladness with our sadness, some delightful days as well as dark days, some sunshine as well as shadow.
Just as the rod of God is emblematic of the Word of God, so the staff of God is symbolic of the Spirit of God.
The basic question is not whether we have many or few valleys. It is not whether those valleys are dark or merely dim with shadows. The question is how do I react to them?
A Christian either “goes on” with God or at which point he “goes back” from following on.
Often when we are most sure of ourselves we are the most prone to fall flat.
Many of the places we may be led into will appear to us as dark, deep, dangerous, and somewhat disagreeable. But it simply must be remembered that He is there with us in it.
It is significant that to be at rest there must be a definite sense of freedom from fear, tension, agitation, and hunger.
Contentment is not having what we want, but wanting what we have.
As the year is drawing to an end, may we say “no” to the things that distract us from Jesus and say “yes” to the gifts — hope, peace, joy, and love — that God wants us to experience.
Become a master of yourself — your likes and dislikes — by surrendering to your purpose in life
The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule but to schedule your priorities.
Between stimulus and response, man has the freedom to choose.
We are truly effective only when we begin with the end in mind.
Jacob began his life relying on worldly wisdom and later on found Godly wisdom to be far superior.
The humble are in, and the proud are out.
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
Father And Mother I Love You
The more I know Him, the richer our conversation would be.
Christian international schools have an excellent opportunity to be influential.
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With effort, one develops skills; and with more effort, one turns those developed skills to results.
Overcoming these shadows help us to project light into our relationships.
The life of Jesus demonstrates the heart, head, hands, and habit of a servant-leader.
Charlotte and Wilbur teach us to collaborate for collective success.
That makes a whole world of difference
The BEST way to live is to serve.
is a rewarding choice
When each of us feels truly valued, good results follow.
When trust is high, it is like collecting dividends from an investment. When trust is low, it is like paying tax on investment.
has serious implications on our spiritual, mental, psychological, and social health.
Trust is a function of character and competency.
We may not see a way but God will prepare the way.
Behind the income and behind the opportunity is the Most High God.
Lowly but not ignorant; poor but not foolish!!!!
takes a relational approach
Becoming accountable and responsible is a crucial part of growing up and becoming a mature, balanced human being.
No one ever outgrows the need for affection.
is a crucial step towards building a nurturing relationship with our children/students.
Prides goes before destruction.
In your anger do not sin
have faith, love, determination, and teamwork
Embrace a growth mindset
Before I am tempted to condemn someone else, it is necessary to conduct a self-examination.
personalize this prayer as your own praise and petition to our heavenly father
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The lifestyle and destiny of a blessed man
God often asks us to give Him more than we plan to give… but He also gives us much more than we dare to ask.
… learn from Paul’s life of resilience.
discover and develop our part in God’s unfolding story
When we make the right choice, our character grows more like Christ.
Humility allows us to have the right relationship with God, with self, and with others.
instant gratification, popularity & recognition, short cut to success & power …
are the treasures embedded in the good news of Christmas
It is certainly not how a Disney movie would portray as the ending of a fantasy story.
Our happiness is not dependent on outward circumstances but inward focus.
It is not a matter of what, but how to do it.
for the joy of the Lord is your strength
Never an easy job, but a doable and meaningful task
Difficult but possible…
When the going gets tough, the tough gets going.
Everybody has a role to play in the community
Aligning our hearts and equipping our minds and hands to God’s will and His work
Be available to meet the need, ready and willing…
Fight, Flight, or Forgiveness
A job is a way to a living but a calling is an important part of one’s life, because it is a vital part of one’s identity.
Anchor your roots in God’s strength
The BIBLE is our Basic Instruction Before Leaving Earth
The question is not simply whether to live or die but what kind of life is worth living
Prepare, Affirm, Understand, Search, and Evaluate
Don’t they come from your desires that battle within you?
Look into the life of Jesus and find POWER in our daily walk
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
Be bold and commit to greater challenges for God in this coming year!
The first Christmas was intertwined with significant people who were faithful, available, and teachable.
… serve, lead, and build community where Christ is the cornerstone and our source of strength.
The robbers, priest, Levite, Samaritan, and the innkeeper reflect the condition of our heart towards a fellow man.
Not the quantity but the quality …
To serve is a daily commitment to live out the word of God and the will of God.
To follow Jesus is to be part of a community.
From the past 25 years to the next 25 years, what are we be sure of in the midst of changes?
Nothing thrills me more than to witness the baptism of my beloved son. On May 20, 2017, the Hui’s family, his teachers, classmates and church friends celebrated Nathan’s baptism at Shek O Beach.
What are my choices before an empty tomb? Peter and John, Jesus’ disciples, came to the empty tomb and went back to their homes, whereas Mary Magdalene stood outside the tomb crying (John 20:10). She talked to Jesus and told the other disciples, “I have seen the Lord!” (20:18)
The Lord said, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Corinthians 12:9).
The Bible tells us that “by wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures” (Proverbs 24:3-4).
For me, the BEST way would be: count my blessings one by one, speak words to edify one another, share and be thankful with God’s providence.