Dear friends, As we begin to emerge out of the pandemic, we as leaders have an opportunity to take stock of our own health and the health of our organizations. The challenges have changed us all, disrupted normal systems, and created new opportunities. The big question is: “What have we learned from the pandemic?” We […]
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The world has enough pagans. Even plenty of really nice ones. What we need is kids who fully grasp the reality that they have nothing to offer, but who intimately know a God who has everything they need.
Leadership “power” is a capacity to influence others. There are five primary methods of doing this – but only one motivates authentic trust.
We all complain far more than we should and far more than we probably think we do. If it’s authenticity that we seek ‒ the reality is that we who are in Christ have far better lives than we deserve.
What if we saw interruptions as the real purpose of our lives? What if we saw them as a gift – an opportunity to be open to what God would have us do in that moment?
We must rely on the Holy Spirit to teach us His Word. Dig deeper with this excerpt from What Does the Bible Say? by Malcolm Webber.
I find myself talking a lot about discipleship these days. It is my passion. A lot of my time revolves around growing in the direction of Jesus and watching others grow.
Not only is there healing and recovery for those who have experienced church hurt but you can learn powerful and positive life-changing lessons on the journey. What happens when Christians aren't behaving like Christians?
Solomon told us that for everything there is a season. There are times that we need comforting, times that we need to comfort others, and times for growth when we are called to step out of our comfort zones. Kris describes what this means and the blessings God has in store for us when we do.
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber!
“He grew up before Him like a tender shoot, and like a root out of dry ground. He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to Him, nothing in His appearance that we should desire Him.” (Isaiah 53:2)
Here are five types of questions that have helped me to improve my emotional connectivity with people.
Do you have difficulty accepting healthy correction without justification? This holistic design will help.
A challenging assignment is like a rubber band: once stretched, it never returns to its original shape. If stretched too far, it will break. If released at the wrong time, it will hurt everyone involved.
Prov. 31:11 says, “The heart of her husband trusts in her, and he will have no lack of gain.”
Sometimes, God will tell you to do things that make no sense in the short distance between your nose and the rocks of obstacles and defeats. Once in a while we can get a glimpse of the big picture and see how it makes perfect sense.