Understanding the number one reason why Christian leaders struggle and fail.
Reflection can be tough. Even though I had a great year, there are challenges I face daily. I have to make daily decisions to overcome my fears of abandonment and broken trust.
So, how big is the whole universe? Astronomers calculate that the edge of the observable universe is about 46.5 billion light years away. Does it make you feel small? Yes?! Though we are so small, still God can use any of us to lead others in accomplishing His great plan.
Currents not founded in Christ flow around us, pulling and pushing at our thoughts and attitudes. It is not the intent of the drifter to be carried away, but the consequence of not recognizing the presence and effects of currents.
Creating has always been second nature to me. It is a treasured bond that I share with my dad. As I have grown older, creating art has also become a way for me to connect with my heavenly Father.
How would you respond if you saw Jesus face-to-face?
Explore the themes of the book of Colossians in this excerpt from The Preeminence and All Sufficiency of Jesus Christ by Malcolm Webber!
Can Christians gain high returns from our investments? Some Christians think, “Investment is something rich people care about and has nothing to do with me.” If you think this way, you may have made the concept of investment too narrow.
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God-given strength is not solely for the purpose of fulfilling a task or even just to help us to be kind to one another.
Our language plays a crucial role which way people turn. Leaders in times of crisis need to choose words carefully. People need to be encouraged in a crisis.
Our culture has formed us to think about nearly everything transactionally. Is what I will get equal to or greater than what I am being asked to give? This mindset even shapes how we think about worship.
David Platt shares what it means to follow Christ and the dangers of being safe.
Explore the vital necessity of supernatural gifts in this excerpt from The Gifts of the Holy Spirit by Malcolm Webber.
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.
Are you leading in a way that ensures the safekeeping of your own reputation? Are you willing to give it up completely in order to follow Jesus regardless of the cost?
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber!
Have you become so busy trying to change the world for Christ that you have no time for Christ to change you?
How you measure success in this life will dictate the way you live and the legacy you will leave.
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?