We face a choice when it comes to our leader care: Are we going to the fitness center or to the hospital’s critical care center? In Part 3 of this guide, Brent Hoover outlines a path forward for holistic leader care.
We face a choice when it comes to our leader care: Are we going to the fitness center or to the hospital’s critical care center? In Part 2 of this guide, Brent Hoover outlines a path forward for holistic leader care.
We face a choice when it comes to our leader care: Are we going to the fitness center or to the hospital’s critical care center? In Part 1 of this guide, Brent Hoover outlines a path forward for holistic leader care.
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber.
The spirit of self-pity is powerful and it loves to draw us away, but it doesn’t bother to tell us that it is drawing us away unto destruction!
As you are seeking your calling, it is in the day-to-day work that you will begin to realize your purpose, not in your purpose that you will start defining your day-to-day work.
How can we build Christian leaders who will turn the world upside down for Christ?
When those we are leading argue and complain, we try to please them, argue back or explain ourselves. But is that what Jesus did?
In certain parts of the Church today, dreams are taken very seriously as a way for everyone to hear from God. Many believers work hard at remembering their dreams, writing them down, and trying to interpret them to understand God’s purposes for their lives and for others. But should they be doing this?
When people began to list their reasons for their context being the hardest it used to annoy me. Now I believe them ‒ all of them. What’s the hardest context to be a missionary in? The one you are in. Here are three reasons why.
How does generational transfer of life happen? And what hinders it? How can we build leaders with a long-term, multi-generational vision? This is the purpose, the vision and the hope of this brief course.
When we look at ideas for future direction, who we are in relation to what we are looking into will influence what we see – and what we don’t see – how we do it and what conclusions we draw from it. This is because our subconscious assumptions, biases, filters and defence mechanisms create blind spots and hot spots.
We talk often of principles of how to build a healthy church. But what does that look like in real life? Let’s find out in this excerpt from A Portrait of a Healthy Church, by Malcolm Webber.
My prayers are usually quite self-centered. But one time, whilst assisting on an Organizational Development job, I believe God uniquely used my intercessory prayer to contribute to his redemptive work in the life of an organization.
While negative feedback can be destructive, it is an essential part of the mix. Here are three reasons why negative feedback matters.
Listen to the new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber.
Can we discern the guiding hand of God in the specific direction that He designs for our own life at particular times and in particular places?
Anger is one of the most powerful emotions. How are we to approach it as Christian leaders and disciples?
Dive deeply into abiding in Christ with your team with this half-day, outdoor design.
Men and women are equal yet different. Our theology must be big enough to embrace both of these truths