We were working with 25 Mothers’ Union community development coordinators from across South Africa. As part of our training, my co-facilitator performed a monologue of how it must have felt to be the woman who encountered Jesus at the well (John 4).
I don’t mean that we’re “broken” in the sense that we’re rendered useless by our imperfections. The opposite is actually true. We’re made more useful, and we discover our greatest purpose through our pain and suffering.
This spring’s high school graduates were born in the year 2000. Here are some churchy things for which they have little to no context.
This is the fourth interview from our series featuring Christian leaders’ spiritual and practical take on work! We hope that our stories inspire readers (you!) to take meaningful actions in work.
An act of obedience to God led her on a career trajectory that far exceeded her dreams. She now leads with a God-fearing heart and decades of business experience that shows through her work. This is Tami Heim’s story.
People often quit when they hit resistance. You might be discouraged and ready to give up. But should you?
If you’ve ever had to raise money as a church planter or cross-cultural missionary, you know how awkward writing support letters can be.
Katie Macc owns her entrepreneurial spirit to its full potential, all while having God at the center. Read on to understand how she exemplifies boldness while keeping it real.
Welcome to the first of our interview article series featuring Christian leaders’ spiritual and practical take on work! We hope that our stories inspire readers (you!) to take meaningful actions in work.
What do you hope to be different five years from now; how will you plan it into being?
In the world that we live in and the culture that we breathe and consume, we easily equate two things that need to be kept separate – progress and movement.
Here is what your missionaries will not tell you in their newsletters or at your church mission conference. Here is a little of the dark side of missions.
So, who is this man called to plant a church? Likely, he is nothing more than a follower of Jesus, called by God to “go” with nothing more than a vision that can only come from God. But when it comes down to it, he is just someone being obedient to the will of God, and really, that is all that matters.
What can we learn about leadership from the United Airlines fiasco in 2017?
How do you set priorities in the face of overwhelming requests for help?
As YWAM Minneapolis began pondering their location, they realized that one base for the city is not enough and not even relevant to the needs that God has brought to their doorstep. God is bringing the fields of harvest to our doorstep.
We have an incredible opportunity to “go” in wisdom and with excellence because our king deserves our best.
We must put our eyes on Him and keep them there. But not on our ministry.
As you pour so much of who you are into worship, make sure you frequently pause and remember its purpose.
Something felt, well, wrong about the whole thing. I had gone to him for advice, some professorial counsel about choices that lay before me, as I was nearly finished with my graduate studies. I had options, six options to be exact. However, when I left his office that day, I had, well, a seventh option. The person I sought to gain some clarifying insight from for my future turned the conversation around on me. His solution to my over-abundance of career options was to reduce them to one, the one HE needed help with.