We take a deep dive into the emotional life of a Christian leader.
We are all faced by the great uncertainty of the future. A colleague told me that planning has now been reduced to what can be done in the next three days, instead of planning for the months to come.
Sometimes life moves quickly like fast-moving traffic. Sometimes we make a wrong turn and get stuck in a life traffic-jam, and then choose to stay there. We aren’t caring for others because we are too busy coddling ourselves. We are (and are choosing to be) ineffective in God’s Kingdom.
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber!
Suffering is not limited to leaders; we all are called by God to endure adversity.
Change is all about planning and action – or so we think. I’m learning that it is much deeper than that.
Do you have trouble forgiving others? This holistic design will help.
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!
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?
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.
Listen to the new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber.
Dive deeply into abiding in Christ with your team with this half-day, outdoor design.
Over the past twenty years, I have studied, written, and taught about spiritual warfare. Based on that work, here are some warfare reminders for church leaders.
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber.
In this time of COVID-19, many people are experiencing severe work stress and, for some, leading to burnout. It's easy to be deceived into accepting remote working as 'the new normal' as work without boundaries. This way of working is not sustainable.
Dr. Stanley Arumugam
A beautiful parable of suffering. Read this if you would serve in leadership.
A lesson on the life-changing power of solitude for Christian leaders.
Our confidence is rooted in Jesus and His relationship to His Father.