Articles | Identity

  • Phyllis Hennecy Hendry: Questions Leaders Must Ask

    Whose Am I?

    Podcast | February 02, 2017

    Phyllis Hennecy Hendry, President and CEO of Lead Like Jesus, talks about critical questions every leader must answer in order to influence those around them. Answers to those critical qeustions determine how leaders interact with others, and how they respond to external pressures they constantly face. 

    In today's podcast Phyllis tackles the question of: Whose Am I?

  • In the Looking Glass

    Reflecting Jesus' Likeness

    Blog | Sheryl Giesbrecht | September 29, 2016

    A common attraction at our local county fair is the house of mirrors. When a person walks into the exhibit, one sees their reflection “rearranged” depending on the shape of the mirror’s width or height. One mirror makes you appear dwarf-like, another makes you appear tall and skinny, like a bean pole. As you look at your distorted image, you are deceived by the image you see in the mirror.

  • Phyllis

    Simon Says: Do What Jesus Says!

    Blog | Phyllis Hennecy Hendry | August 03, 2016

    One of my favorite childhood games was “Simon Says.” The leader has so much fun telling people to do silly things: hop on one leg, pat their heads and stomachs at the same time, or turn around ten times just because “Simon said.”

    However, the greatest part of the game was when the leader could catch people off guard. In a hasty moment, they would do something without Simon’s permission and have to leave the game. The person who listened carefully and only did what Simon said won the game.

  • The Two Most Important Questions Every Leader Must Answer

    Blog | Karen McGuire | July 19, 2016

    From the time we are born until we die (I suppose), we all seem to have a lot of questions. As a little child, we want to know “Why is the sky blue?” “Why do fish swim underwater?” “Why do you do that?” and more!!

    As a youth, we want to know “Why can’t I stay out as late as my friends?” “Why can’t I watch that on TV or at the movies?” “Why do I have to clean my room? No one ever goes in my room.” And again, more!!