Articles | Values

  • Megan Pacheco

    5 Signs Your Work Ethic Needs “Work”

    Blog | Megan Pacheco | August 03, 2017

    When it comes to leadership, we often focus on the positional leader, the person near the top, addressing various opportunities for growth and development of habits and disciplines that, if cultivated, should eventually lead to success.

    In this blog, however, I’d like to focus on another facet of the leadership spectrum—our role as employees. We’ll see that exhibiting a poor work ethic is really a failure to lead from within and can seriously jeopardize our influence and witness.

  • When To Begin A Family Vision

    Blog | Robert and Lori Ferguson | February 16, 2017

    Parenting is hard. As our children were growing up, we knew that our two were not the same - they were unique. One loved structure and having all the details listed before taking action. The other child embraced detours, and felt empowered with a loose framework filled with options. Raising these two different children called for different parenting techniques.

  • 7 Ways to Shape Your Day with Values

    Blog | Robert and Lori Ferguson | January 14, 2016

    We all have an equal number of days in each year, and yet, it seems like those days clump together faster than ever to equal another year. Whoosh. Another year done – a new one beginning. Now what?

    Make every day worth more than the last.

    Let’s try a little exercise in choice.

    Consider this list of attributes from Galatians 5 – ones we can assume everyone would want to pursue: