At Cooke Pictures, we’ve developed a reputation for helping churches, ministries, and nonprofits handle crisis communications. No matter how well intentioned you are, sooner or later, things can sometimes go terribly wrong. As a result, we’ve coached organizations on how to survive in the wake of leaders who have fallen because of sexual, financial, drug or alcohol, and other issues. Through it all, there’s one persistent myth some pastors have in particular about continuing ministry. While many
Remember the movie “The Bucket List?” It’s the story of two terminally ill friends who sneak out of a cancer ward for a road trip to see a list of things and places before they die. That movie mostly focused on locations, but the truth is, a better bucket list would be of people to see before the end of your life. Who would be on that
The reactions to the Lance Armstrong interviews on Oprah were pretty one sided. Most people seemed to think he was holding back, offering excuses, or not being completely contrite. When I watched the interviews, I wasn’t thinking about forgiveness, I was thinking about trust – and how to rebuild it. So when Fox News asked me to write an essay on my reactions to the interview, I asked some different questions. They published it here on FoxNews.com, so please share it, and then I would love to hear your reactions.