I had the pleasure recently of interviewing one of the world’s most notable worship leaders. I hope you’ll find a moment to check it out below. When and where was the last time you prayed? Chances are it wasn’t at your local movie theater. But if Chris Tomlin’s prayers are answered, on October 25th theaters […]
Do you have friends or a co-workers who are hyper-political, easily offended or overly charged when it comes to politics? Do the folks on your team argue over state or national elections? Maybe the most opinionated person is you? It’s disconcerting when your coworkers are overzealous but what’s even more problematic is the hyper-political leader. […]
By Chester Goad, EdD October may be Dyslexia Month, but this year the more important month for dyslexia advocates may actually be November. Terrorism, immigration, the economy, and continued healthcare issues, are dominating the news, but the impact of the midterm elections on the issue of dyslexia must not go unnoticed. While parents, teachers, and […]
Hello all! The Edventurist Blog isn’t going anywhere, but the site for my new book is up! I’d love for you to check it out. This is my first stab at non-fiction. “Purple People Leader: How to Protect Unity, Release Politics, & Lead Everyone: Inspiration, Wisdom, & Tips for Leading Purple” will release in September on […]
This photo depicts both the House voting panel and the Senate voting panels. The Tennessee Dyslexia is Real bill HB1735/SB2002 is headed to Governor Haslam’s desk for signature.