I sat in a meeting yesterday with three faculty members from Moody Bible Institute. We were exploring a complex, divisive issue. Each spoke with clarity, grace, and respect, and I felt privileged to partner with such fine and distinguished men. They left the room towering figures in my book.
(1) Assumptions are self-imposed barriers. (2) You can tell an assumption by its generalized finality. We could never; There’s no way; That won’t fly; Wait till management gets wind of this; It’s the only thing we can do . . . (3) Heeding assumptions is like making decisions based on rumors. Assumptions and rumors are cut from […]