How is your conscience? Is it clear or conflicted? Is it Holy Spirit guided or weak … even seared?
Do you have difficulty thinking creatively? This holistic design will help.
Pure thanksgiving is possible when we focus on the source of our blessings rather than merely the blessings themselves.
The life we are offered as a disciple of Jesus Christ is the life of the steward. As stewards, we are set free by three transformational truths: God owns everything, God will always provide for all our needs, and the greatest blessings come to those who give.
If we want a different story to begin to unfold for us today, then we must understand two very important truths about our life with Christ. In this battle God secured the final victory, and God provides everything we need for daily victory.
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“On hearing this, Jesus said, ‘It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy, not sacrifice.’ For I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.’” (Matthew 9:12)
Who on earth would choose to be a leader? It is such a tough calling. It rarely leads to fame or fortune. Over the years as a leader I’ve often wondered about the cost and whether it is all worth it.
Find out more about building teams in this brief excerpt from Building Teams by Malcolm Webber.
Leaders need to be able to say no, but many find it a hard thing to do. When we think of our marvellously creative Lord, we tend to think of His creativity as a resounding YES. This is correct, but let us also be creative in saying NO when we need to, so we can say yes to the Lord’s best for us.
People waste years and sometimes their whole lives, never coming close to their purpose in God, because they get caught up in their own or someone else’s religious speculations. If we are to be effective and balanced teachers of God’s Word, we must recognize that our doctrines have various levels of significance and of authority. Jesus [...]
As a leader, I’d rather risk being embarrassed by my failure and faults than watch from the couch while the Father accomplishes great things through others who have the faith to fail.
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James 4:8 encourages us to come near to God. And as we come near to God, God will come near to us. But how do we do this in practice? How do we practice the presence of God at work; or as we sit in front of a computer?
It’s easy for leaders to get stuck in life, but we need to be constantly moving forward. Charles share 10 signs that you might need a new challenge.
Leaders listen. We listen to find out the needs of those we lead. We also listen to learn and grow. Above all, we carefully listen to the true Leader, Who cares deeply for those we are leading.
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber.
Why do we struggle so much with prayer? I am convinced that much of the burden comes from misunderstanding the purpose of prayer. If we believe that God exists to be used, that He is the means we employ to get what we need or want, then prayer is a necessary chore when life isn’t going the way we desire.
Are you in a spiritual rut? Here are a few practical tips to breathe new life and vigor back into your devotional life.
Do you struggle with sexual temptation or sin? This holistic design will help.