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Perfect Love is Fearless

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

“There is no fear in love.  But perfect love drives out fear…” (1)    Throughout Scripture, whenever an Angel or...

Parent Leadership: Affirmation is to be genuine...

Saturday, 30 November 2013

Parents often ask me, “My child’s self-esteem seems so low. What can I do?” I always follow up with, “Tell me how you’ve been...


Saturday, 30 November 2013

God said to Moses, “I am who I am. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I am has sent me to you.’” (1)   Moses...

Robert Lindsay

Robert Lindsay, MSW, LCSW is a licensed family practitioner who specializes in mental health talk therapy.  For over 23 years, Robert has been working with "at-risk" children, adolescents and their families.  Robert serves as the Director of Clinical Operations of a mental health non-profit. He also consults with physicians in the local Emergency Department on patients, who are experiencing acute mental health crises. Robert is an author, columnist, consultant and speaker.  Robert is the author of the new book, Rise Up.


Leadership is active.  It may seem silly, but leaders are suppose to lead.  Leadership is action-oriented.

Think William Wallace in the 1995 movie Braveheart.  Think Jesus riding into to Jerusalem knowing the violence awaiting Him. Think General George Washington crossing the Delaware River to surprise the British.  Think Churchill saying, "We will never give in" while Germany was bombing Great Britain back to the Stone Age during WWII.

People want leaders who live out conviction, passion and a clear message.  Leaders need to stand for something.  Where are our leaders today?  Who are they really fighting for?

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Parents are the real leaders of any society.  Being a parent is the most important leadership position bestowed to any individual.

How are you impacting the leaders of tomorrow?  How are you leading your child to develop into the person he or she is created to be? How are you teaching your child to live out faith, conviction, integrity and all the values necessary to live a successful, honorable life?

He or she will be a leader one he or she leads depends largely on how our children see us lead.

Rise Up and lead well.




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