St. Luke's Leading Voices Blog

The Compounding Interest of Kindness

 

 

 

"My hope for all of you, starting today at the beginning of the school year, is that you, too, will make opportunities...

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Faith & Facts: Leading Through a Time of Crisis

 

 

 

You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end—which you can never afford to lose—with the discipline to...

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Hope And Courage Are Real: Celebrating MLK

Before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I always read at least some of King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail. I often find...
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Teachers: First Responders to World Events

“For some reason, when I was watching what was happening, it really hit me. Democracy is an experiment. We have the power to...

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Honoring Our Veterans and a St. Luke's Tradition

In a typical school year, we recognize Veterans Day in a special way.

Among other activities, we host Grandparents Day (for 5th

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Walking the Walk

For several years now, you’ve heard me emphasize the importance of civil discourse. Perhaps ad nauseam, I and others at St....

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Moving forward, slowly, slowly

Recently, I was asked,

What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done?

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Tie a Knot and Go On—To Build a Better Future

“They had incredible toughness, and a capacity for putting one foot in front of the other, until they arrived somewhere.  My...

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