Reading Time: 3 minutes Good leadership is hard to find these days, have you noticed? Whether in the political, corporate, or religious arena, we see leader after leader fall or abuse their position. Many become obsessed with power, wealth, or fame and end up neglecting the very people they were called to lead.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When we align ourselves with Christ, we become a new creature, one who is not afraid to spread the gospel. But like with anything else, it takes practice.
Reading Time: 2 minutes No one can be an effective leader without a shepherd’s heart. We can say that we love people and want the best for them. We can try to lead our family into following Jesus. But they will not follow unless they see the love of a shepherd in action, not just in words.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Am I enough? This nagging question can cause us to soul search – but is it the right question? The self-analysis helps in accessing our goals, but not in the interpretation of all the facts. The trifecta of shame, guilt, and fear cause us to be fragmented, resulting in a punctured soul in Jeremiah 2:13.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Samson’s life demonstrates God’s ability to use negative circumstances to fulfill His purpose. Learn the lessons from the story of Samson today.
Reading Time: 5 minutes There is a shortage of real leaders today. We have plenty of managers and organizers. A leader is different; they see what few see, and do what few do. They are people-builders. Leaders manage things, but lead people.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Kintsugi is an old Japanese art. An artist will take broken pieces of pottery, gluing them back together using a mixture of resin and gold, to create something stronger and more beautiful than before.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Answering the call of God isn’t enough. It is only the start of your Christian journey. If you want to know how to develop a closer, more intimate relationship with your Heavenly Father, you need to read this.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why are our relationships so conflicted? One of the biggest reasons is because we tend to worship and serve the creation rather than the Creator. The very thing God created to reveal his glory becomes the glory we chase. Let’s look at the words of C.S. Lewis when applied to our relationships.
Reading Time: 3 minutes At times life can weigh us down, so much so, that all we can see is our shoes. Our world gets small when we look down, it is easy to analyze and focus on our stuff or the faults of others this can result in negativity that can stunt growth and narrow our viewpoint.