Every significant moment in history was led by leaders who were committed to another way. Leaders who acted counter-culturally. Leaders who selflessly did what was right rather than what was popular or comfortable.
A new video teaching from Malcolm Webber regarding suffering.
Almost every leader under 40 feels it – the constant stress, anxiety and uncertainty we’re all plagued by. Dr. Tim Elmore is a world-renowned expert on the issues facing today’s students and young adults. We dive into why so many young adults feel constant anxiety and uncertainty and how to deal with it, with strategies for young adults [...]
God is searching for those who will be intercessors, for those who can actually change life’s situations and people through their fervent, upright prayers.
Meaningful time with God can be found in the Sabbath moments that punctuate our day – if we are willing to look for them and treat them in that way. How do we best consecrate these islands of solace in our seas of tumult? I suggest we have ready a one-minute prayer.
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).
Successful church leaders naturally think differently than the majority of church leaders. It’s one of the things that set them apart. The good news is you can learn to think just like them. Here are five ways successful church leaders think differently.
Do you struggle to cast a compelling vision for the future? This holistic design will help.
Are you suffering today? Run to Jesus, your sympathetic High Priest. Unlike politicians, He really does feel your pain and He really can give you exactly what you need.
An effective leader development process is not a neat series of courses but a fiery immersion in real-life. How do we go about designing such a context?
This wonderful gift from God has brought joy and gladness into my life and has spared me from unimaginable pain and suffering. Yet I have never heard a message preached on it.
Faith is the opposite of seeking control. Faith is willfully surrendering control and entrusting yourself into the hands of God. It is letting go and trusting that you will be caught.
We can be exponentially more disgusted with the sin in other people’s lives than we are with our own. Our own sin can fail to anger us the way someone else’s sin does. Here are three common examples of this.
Although we should aspire to train and build, my encouragement is that we continue to focus on building life in people and by doing so, we will end up transforming people in the long haul.
The big deal Jesus made about gratefulness in the one leper (and the lack thereof in the nine), points to the high value He places on a grateful heart. I believe leaders above all should evidence a grateful heart. Evaluate your level of gratefulness against these three gratefulness indicators.
The devil hates prayer. Our own flesh does not naturally love it. Therefore, it does not come full-born and complete and passionate from the womb of our heart. It takes ever renewed discipline.
The choices we face today are the same as ever, are we going to follow Jesus today?
Have you ever been lured to buy a product only to find that the add-ons nearly doubled its cost? Aren't you glad God doesn't charge us for all the extras He provides us in life?