Our Future Rests in the Hands of Weary Leaders

Pessimism is a difficult burden to bear when your natural tendency is vital optimism. The realist in me can see where this unbearable division and nastiness leads us. Stop and think for a moment: what kind of future are we leaving for our children?

We are recklessly creating a legacy that will be a burden too difficult for our children to bear. The bonds and institutions that once…

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CEO of Logos Academy & LogosWorks in York, PA, Dad of 6, Pastor. www.aaronjanderson.com

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Aaron J. Anderson

Aaron J. Anderson

CEO of Logos Academy & LogosWorks in York, PA, Dad of 6, Pastor. www.aaronjanderson.com

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