We tend to act on things that bring us temporary joy in the moment, rather than things that are momentarily painful but bring lasting joy.
Ephesians 4:2 says, "Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love." How can we have grace with the unexpected disturbances in our work?
What should you communicate to your leader, to your boss? What needs to be shared with your leader to help him/her understand the area you are leading and stewarding? Here are three things you should communicate to your leader.
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We all need people who encourage us and affirm us. We all enjoy positive feedback. But more precious still are people who will be honest with us about where we are failing.
What is the place of the Holy Spirit in believers’ lives in a Healthy Church?
For over a decade I was a pastor of spiritual development. As I analyzed the process that I had seen bring radical breakthrough to so many, I discovered over and again the rhythms of grace consistently playing a significant role at key points of change.
Listen to our new episode of In the Word with Malcolm Webber.
“At twilight you shall eat meat, and in the morning you shall be filled with bread. Then you shall know that I am the Lord your God.” (Exodus 16:12)
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Do you struggle with pride? This holistic design will help.
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.
The vast majority of ideas are worse than worthless because they are simply bad ideas. Bad ideas will sometimes work because of luck or effort, but good ideas are much, much more likely to succeed. Life is too short to work on bad ideas. But how can we tell which ideas are “good” ones? Here is a list of characteristics of truly good [...]
In leading through various seasons of change, here are five steps I encourage you to consider in whatever change you’re facing.
How did Jesus teach His disciples in the day-to-day ministry?
I’ve been noticing recently how many of my prayers seem to start with the words “Help”. I’m usually praying for God to sort out difficult human situations.
Unfortunately, leaders can talk too much, not necessarily by monopolizing conversations, but by giving too many answers. So, how do you know if you are a leader who talks too much and what can we do to stop?
How can you know the will of God for your life and ministry? Find out more in this brief excerpt from Purpose by Malcolm Webber.
You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.
For many leaders, our biggest challenge isn’t giving love and encouragement — it’s receiving them.