Let Christ disrupt you through and through before taking another step. Take in what knowing, loving, and serving Him in return is really all about. Honor God in this way. When the time is right He will send you out on His behalf to know, love, and serve.
I am not a medical doctor or counselor, but I have learned the rhythms in my own life and have sought counsel continually from leaders I respect. I have seen and also learned the hard way that pushing through seasons of exhaustion can backfire. Here are signs I look for and encourage other leaders to look for in their own lives.
Most of us feel the Holy Spirit, but are hoping for a visual manifestation, like the church of Acts. We're tired, the world is having more fun than us, and it seems like one thing after another. So why do we press? Is it worth it?
Do I love Jesus? There’s no more important question to ask ourselves. And nothing more important to cultivate than our love for our Savior.
What we learn over time is not only that the Chef’s table is the best place to dine, but also how to order. No longer do we try to send it back when we get something not to our liking. Sometimes we even order exactly the right thing. Most of the time, though, we learn to say, “Whatever the Chef thinks is best.” He delivers and we eat, [...]
Here are four core qualities of an emotionally unhealthy leader.
It is possible to be a successful leader in the eyes of our organization and a failure in the eyes of God.
Something significant happens when a small group of people, as few as two, hit the highway. If they’re open to God’s Spirit joining them, a simple trip from here to there becomes transformational.
I want to be like Christ and I want it now. I want God’s blessings and I want them now. I want my church to be huge and I want it now. But God doesn’t work that way. God begins His work with seeds hidden in the earth and babies in mangers.
Even I didn’t know most of the songs that we were supposed to be singing along to at the conference. I tuned out. I sat down. I tweeted. I texted my wife. I gave up.
Paul Tripp shares how our sin and brokenness helps us empathize.
David Platt discusses why many Christians are deceived.
There’s a lie floating around out there that goes something like this: getting older will automatically make you closer to Jesus. Just the mere passing of days doesn’t do that. I sure wish it were that easy.
We must not deny or ignore the fact that if we are followers of Jesus Christ living in this world, we are engaged daily in a great spiritual battle.
David Platt shares what it means to follow Christ and the dangers of being safe.
How you measure success in this life will dictate the way you live and the legacy you will leave.
David Platt shares with us how a Word-saturated ministry propagates and sustains a radical lifestyle for the Gospel.
Have you become so busy trying to change the world for Christ that you have no time for Christ to change you?
We are called to be one kingdom people, which means cultivating a holy, reverent fear of God.
What is your response to Jesus’ invitation to embrace the kingdom of heaven and follow Him?